What are these itchy little bumps on my upper abdomen?

Skin rashes. It is very difficult to diagnose skin rashes without actually seeing it. Red bumps that itch are commonly eczema. You might try otc Hydrocortisone cream applying a thin layer to the rashes once or twice a day and use skin moisterizer daily. If it does not go away, you should see a physician to get a proper diagnosis.

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