It would be best for you to speak with your doctor about your plans to try to get pregnant. He/She will advise you on what to do about your wart treatments and adjust them accordingly. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
Have you seen a doctor about what this could be? A medical professional would be best able to diagnose and care for the bump after an examination. Is it possible that it is a boil? They are sometimes recurring. Here is some information you may want to look through. Please let us know what you find!View Thread
Are you still experiencing the itchiness and red dots? Is it possible that you are having a reaction to something that you can into contact with (a plant, lotion, etc.)? How long has this been happening? Is it a reoccurring thing? If your symptoms worsen or persist, you may want to have the rash looked at by your doctor. Please let us know how you are doing.View Thread
Have you spoken with your doctor about these boils? He/She will be best able to determine what may be causing them and provide you with some treatment options. This article on boils has some signs for when it may be time to see a doctor as well as some home treatment options to consider. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
First of all, welcome to WebMD Community! This is definitely something that you should consult with your doctor about. Has this always happened or is this the first time? You might want to post your experience in the Diabetes Community to see there are others who have had this same thing happen and who can give some support/advice. Just follow the link above to post there. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
Have you thought about consulting a dermatologist about the discoloration -- I know it may be hard if it goes away before you can get in to see a medical professional. Here is some information on hyperpigmentation, hypopigmentation, and your skin . From the description, do you think that it may be melasma? It is characterized by tan or brown patches that most commonly appear on the face. There is a photo in the above link -- and they look somewhat bruise-like. Please let us know what you find!View Thread
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It would be best to make an appointment with your doctor or a dermatologist. He/She will be best able to determine what the bumps are and the appropriate treatment plan to get rid of them. Please let us know what you find.View Thread
I don't know what could have caused your dermatitis -- have you touched anything out of the ordinary lately? or used an different laundry detergent, soaps, or perfumes? Have you seen your doctor or dermatologist about your rash? Determining what type of dermatitis you have will help determine the appropriate treatment. Here is some more information . If it is hives, here are some treatment options you might try. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
Have you seen a doctor or dermatologist about these bumps? He/She will be best able to determine what they are after examining them and hopefully provide you some relief. This article has some information on cysts, lumps, bumps and your skin that you might be able to use to narrow down what they could be. Please let is know what you find!View Thread
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