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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
I am not a medical professional, and I don't know anything about rubbing your fingernails together, but here is an article about treatments for hair loss that you might find it helpful to look through.View Thread
It's possible that the spots on your husband's back are petechiae -- tiny, flat, red or purple spots in the skin. It would be best that he see a doctor or dermatologist to determine what is causing these blood blisters (and to make sure that this is not something serious that needs immediate attention) and to get proper treatment. Please let us know how he is doing!View Thread
I'm not sure what this could be, I think that your mom is right -- it's better to have it looked at just in case it needs some sort of medical attention and to make sure that it won't come back. Please let us know what you find!
Do you think that you could be having a reaction to something you touched? Here is a slideshow about common adult skin problems. Rashes from plants become intensely itchy and develop blisters usually 12-72 hours after exposure. The rash usually lasts up to 2 weeks. It is strange that this rash would be a recurring thing -- is there any chance you are having repeated exposure? There are a number of other things that can cause a blister-like rash. The next time that this happens, it may be a good idea to make an appointment with your doctor or a dermatologist for an exam and hopefully a diagnosis. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
What you describe could be due to a number of different things. Have you seen your doctor or dermatologist about these patches? Do they always appear after shaving? Or perhaps after touching something or using a certain product? (For example, shaving cream, lotions, etc.) Your symptoms could be due to psoriasis , eczema , or other types of dermatitis that often cause red, itchy, scaly skin. The links above will provide you with more information. This slideshow on common adult skin problems may also be helpful to take a look at.
It would be best to speak with your doctor to determine the cause and get the proper treatment. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
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