What kind of rash is it when you see small bumps and you itch so bad that you could claw your skin off?
Or it could be hives or heat rash ..I would see a Doctor ...do not scratch it
If the rash is localised to a specific area, it could be irritant contact eczema - which means avoid the irritant ie. washing detergents or cleaning agents. You will normally get redness + the small bumps.
If the rash is everywhere on the body could be allergic contact eczema -> avoid the allergy ie. new medication/food allergy/ bad reaction to pollen?
But really it is too hard to diagnose with the information you have given us... in general see your doctor if it gets worse, *avoid scratching it* as this will make it worse, and use a moisturiser to keep the skin moist.
Small red bumps on the scalp that itch are in some cases (especially in my case) the result of an allergic reaction (Hives). During the spring and summer when pollen is aundant and temps rise, I develop small red itchy hives on my head. (Hives are usually a blood/heat reaction and since your head is one of the hotest areas of your body, sometimes hives will surface on the scalp. There annoying, but usually pass.
my son has the same symptoms , small red bumbs on chest area , they don't itch and he doesn't seem to mind. lotion isn't working and there small. Im also very curious. Thanks. my son has the same symptoms , small red bumbs on chest area , they don't itch and he doesn't seem to mind. lotion isn't working and there small. Im also very curious. Thanks.
Bumps may form after a caterpillar has crawled on the skin. The bumps may go away after 3 to 5 days. If the bumps itch, a good home remedy is to apply any stick deodorant to the affected area when it starts to itch. A person should seek medical attention if the bumps appear in the form of blisters or turn a bright red.
I have small little bumps all over my face and there starting to itch. ionly got them when you woke up this morning. what is it?
You just noticed that you have tiny skin color bumps on the top of your hands that itch time to time what could this be?
Tiny skin colored bumps on the hands, feet, or in between fingers or toes could be Dishydrosis. It is hereditary and not contagious. It has been linked to stress, diet, and sometimes excessive perspiration during times of stress. Typically, it will run it's course and go away on its own. It can range from small bumps to dry, itchy, scaley bumps that can crack and ooze. There is no cure, but can be treated with…
What are small red bumps on the back of the hands and upper fingers that do not itch and are not tender to the touch?
My daughter has a itchy bump on her wrist. It looks like a bite that she scratched the top off of. However, it has bled off and on for two days. This could be a case of scabies. Scabies cause small red bumps that itch, and often occur on the wrists, in between fingers, or near the genitals. Secondary infections due to scratching can occur around the site, making the skin peel, bleed and/or cause…
What causes multiple small to medium sized bumps on the very back of the head that do not go away aren't sore to the touch and do not itch?
If you have brown discharge and little small bumps that don't itch and don't hurt is there anything this can be besides genital warts?
This sounds like it could be hives, especially if they itch. Hives will pop up anywhere on the body, itch (quite severely, at times) then go away, then recur on and off. They can vary in size and shape, from small bumps all the way to large raised welts. While some may not itch a lot, for others the itching can be quite intense at times, causing you to want to scratch your skin off…
Yes, it can cause hives, which can vary in appearance from one person to another. Hives usually come and go, and can be small red dots or bumps, or can be large red welts, but they always itch. When I had them the itch was unbearable! The doctor gave me a prescription for the stress, as well as one for the hives and the itching they caused.
They could be cause by a few things. It could be a bug bite. If you itched it, then bumps could form even more. It could also be an allergic reaction to something. (Hives, possibly. Even just on a small, isolated area, it can happen.) If it is part of a rash, it might be something like poison ivy or poison oak. It could be some ingrown hairs, depending on the area. You best bet…