Itchy skin bumps after scratching

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i started ilight>scratchingilight> my left knee and patches of clear ilight>bumpsilight> or just ilight>bumpsilight> appeared. ilight>Afterilight> i stopped ilight>scratchingilight> it, it disappeared after awhile. When i scratch it again, it appears again. Also, i've been getting red dots that seems to go deep into the skin and sometimes it gets itchy.
i have had ilight>itchyilight> ilight>bumpsilight> on my ilight>skinilight> for the past five months. They started with just one bump and have continued to spread. They are mostly confined to my back and chest, however i have some on my arms and legs. The bumps are not red and are not noticable when they start itching. The bumps will eventually go away. i have seen four doctors and none have helped my problem. This discussion is related to <a href='http://www.medhelp.
Hi There is a common skin condition called hives or urticaria, which causes red and sometimes ilight>itchyilight> ilight>bumpsilight> on your ilight>skinilight>. Hives can occur anywhere on the body such as the trunk, arms, and legs. Hives are usually allergic (food, medication and insect stings) but may also be due to infections and stress. Many a times no specific cause for them is ever found. They usually go away on their own.
A month ago, i got these little red dots on my back and stomach. they're really itchy. suddenly, they've transferred into my arms and legs. after sometime they're gone, my skin became "chicken skin". and now when i feel itchy and scratched my legs, red itchy bumps will appear. They're like mosquito bites. But when i stop scratching, they will be gone after few minutes. What could these be? i have been to dermatologist, she gave me ointment and oral med, but still they're not gone.
Hi, Scabies is a common skin infection that causes small ilight>itchyilight> ilight>bumpsilight> and blisters due to tiny mites that burrow into the top layer of human ilight>skinilight> to lay their eggs. Scabies is contagious, and is usually transmitted by skin-to-skin contact or through sexual contact with someone else who is infected with it. The most common symptom of scabies is severe itching, which may be worse at night or after a hot bath.
ok my girlfrien had a itchy rash with lots of white spots on her arms and larger almost like scabs on her legs evan though nothing was found she was told she has scabies shes ben treated and still nothing has improved know have a rash similar with the small white bumps no larger scabs or anything else just realy ilight>itchyilight> ilight>afterilight> being checked and treated just incase for scabies they tell me i have ecsama nothing in my past with it either what do you think?
Also since then i have had ilight>itchyilight> ilight>skinilight> all over (not on the ilight>bumpsilight> on my arms. mostly around the face.) i was thinking maybe i have dry skin? i have been using lotion a lot more lately, and have washed all my clothes and bed sheets. My mom checked my head for lice (maybe i picked something up at the renaissance fair?) and says that i don't have any (She is a nurse so i trust her, so i think i have dandruff). Anybody have any idea what this could be? i'm kinda stressing out over it.
We just call them ilight>skinilight> ilight>bumpsilight> and she is used to them. i have tried treating them with Eucerin creams as her pediatrician recommended and with several other OTC creams such as hydrocortisone creams. Nothing seems to work. The bumps as i said do look like pimples, they are small and pretty much do not vary in size. if you squeeze them a small hard white head will come out. They are very itchy and i spend almost every night lightly scratching them for her just to ease some of her discomfort.
i'm told ilight>itchyilight> ilight>skinilight> is part of the third trimester, but its been pretty intense. Any one else have it bad (to the point of getting bumps/rashes) and what do you use to help?
felt great to scratch while i showered and did add eucering plus alpha-hydroxyl which i beleive aggrevated my condition and the neutragnea seemed to dry out my ilight>skinilight>... anyhows i don't know what it could be... right now ilight>skinilight> is softer and not ilight>itchyilight> (only one in awhile is it itchy on the outside of elbows (not inner elbows)... maybe some sory of heat rash but i dont think it would last this long would it?
im now 20 and im still having really bad breakouts but not often(like once or twice a year) . it starts out really ilight>itchyilight> and then ilight>afterilight> irritation from ilight>scratchingilight> it starts to burn and itch, then, soon after, little bumps appear(they're not red) that eventually fester into a large blister! it burns to pee but not from my vagina but because its touching the open blister.
My thighs, genital, butt, and nipples are also very ilight>itchyilight> and ilight>afterilight> ilight>scratchingilight> for awhile i develop larger red ilight>bumpsilight>, these are only appearing where i scratch the most. i don't know if it's anything sexual, but i've been having sex with the same person for two years or so, i was told he was checked for STis after his most recent girlfriend, and as far as i know has only had sex with me since then. Problem is he is itchy too, not so much the rashes and bumps.
when i wake up in the middle of the night i have a bad habit of always scratching my butt. probably 2-3 days ago, i was ilight>scratchingilight> my butt cheek and i noticed that the ilight>bumpsilight> seemed to be coming back in the exact same place. is this eczema? maybe herpes? the bumps dont pop or blister and they calm down when i dont scratch. i have eczmea on my legs as well. my question is could it be eczema if it came back at the SAME place? or could it be herpes.
The swellings or wheals produced ilight>afterilight> itching can be pale (of ilight>skinilight> color) or red. Urticaria is usually triggered by allergens, such as drugs, foods, insect bites, inhaled substances, in response to sunlight, cold, heat, stress, exercise, or a viral infection. Other common allergens are pollen, mold, dust, pet dander, or cosmetics. Since you experienced an itch, just go over these possibilities in your mind. something may strike you.
in April my husband and i had sex and shortly ilight>afterilight> i developed red ilight>bumpsilight> in the crease of my thigh and on my butt. i showed my husband and he said he had been having jock itch and showed me. it was the same areas on reverse side and i checked online and found that it can be spread by skin to skin contact. Well, i got some cream and it helped but everytime we have sex it comes back and is now on both sides and across the part of my vagina that would be covered with hair.
i will begin light scratching and before i know it i look down and there are tiny little red ilight>bumpsilight> there. i don't know if they were there before or ilight>afterilight> i started ilight>scratchingilight>. Also get ilight>itchyilight> scalp. it can just be anywhere. Can put on anti itch cream or even lotion and rash will fade, but keeps cropping up. Seems like it's been going on forever.
i was diagnosed with sarcoidosis over 20 years ago and a few times in these years i have broken out in very ilight>itchyilight> ilight>bumpsilight> as big as hives but they were not hives. the ilight>bumpsilight> were very hard were raised about 1/8 to 1/4 of an itch above my skin level. i noticed that i would get a very nervous, energetic feeling before an outbreak. i would feel like i was losing my mind and my reactions to others was very uncharacteristic and nasty. it was very strange.
These spots that eventually turn into thick ilight>skinilight> start off bumpy and the ilight>bumpsilight> are filled with a watery liquid. ilight>Afterilight> a while, the skin hardens. one area has been that way for years and the skin beneath it is fiber like. There is no elasticity to that part of the skin, the part that thickens. i would really like to get a better idea of what this could be. Why i have three areas, small areas where my skin has thickened and why my skin is itchy almost all the time?
i notice small ilight>bumpsilight> on my arms and legs, and the itch won't go away even ilight>afterilight> i have scratched the ilight>skinilight> right off. Now my neck has become so bad that i wake up each morning with fresh areas of skin scratched raw. it is spreading to my jaw area, and my skin feels super tight. Also, the skin above my eyes and below my eyebrows has become flaky.
excessive scratching can cause redness, swelling, ilight>bumpsilight>, broken blood vessels beneath the ilight>skinilight>, and eventually broken ilight>skinilight>. if you feel the need to itch, try to use a soft cloth in place of your fingers/fingernails. i learned to keep a washrag with me and it worked well to keep me from scratching my skin off (which i did a LOT of before i came up with the rag). hang in there! and let us know how it goes.
i have moved into a new house about 6 months ago. i noticed ilight>afterilight> i moved in i had red, ilight>itchyilight> ilight>bumpsilight> on my hands, stomach and thighs. i went to the DR and he told me that it is because of my sweat! Well i have never had this problem before! i believe it can be something in the house or the water. Our water has a lot of lime rocks (yes rocks) b/c we live near the river. i was wondering if maybe that has something to do with it. Or maybe mold?
on the 17th of September 2007 i presented with symptoms of haemeroids and vaginal thrush, i attempted to treat this with haemeroid cream and an antifungal cream however the itching became severe and i broke ilight>skinilight> ilight>scratchingilight>, the entire area (all the way up the back of my bottom and on my bottom cheeks) became intensely itchy. i went to the doctor on the 21st of September and she prescribed antibiotics, advantan cream (to reduce inflamation and itching) and an antifungal cream.
Eczema is a chronic ilight>skinilight> disorder that involves scaly and ilight>itchyilight> rashes. Eczema is also called atopic dermatitis. Eczema is due to a hypersensitivity reaction (similar to an allergy) in the skin, which leads to long-term inflammation. The inflammation causes the skin to become itchy and scaly. Long-term irritation and scratching can cause the skin to thicken and an have a leather-like texture. it presents with a rash or blisters with oozing and crusting, associated with itching.
Demodectic Mange is not ilight>itchyilight>.....This mites are easy to find on a ilight>skinilight> scrape.....Must be treated for months because it's a result from an weak immune system....immune systems need proper nutrition to be healthy.....i have treated many for this with 100% success.....Great food helps alot! This causes red, heated skin! Next: Bacterial infections are from the severe trauma to the skin & all the itching.....They itch and must be treated with oral antibiotics and special shampoos.....
Just a thought, i have PBC and AiH so i can suffer terribly from ilight>itchyilight> ilight>skinilight>. it is that bad that you want to rip the skin off. Now my meds have sorted i am ok for now but i did have something general at the start which was helpful. Questran. This product is for itchy scalp conditions, scalp meaning the skin all over the body. Also , a general vitamin E6 cream to put back some of the essentials on to the skin helps. Try anything, its worth it as not every remedy suits every person.
i have the exact same symptoms as well. Very ilight>itchyilight> and ilight>skinilight> is bruising prob. from ilight>scratchingilight> it so much. i soaked in the hottest bath imaginable for it on my feet and it relieved it for hours, but yet it still does not explain what this is caused from or how to prevent it. i don't have any faith in doctors or hospitals anymore because honestly they all depend on the net too much for prognosis/diagnoses whatever!
My husband age 59 has been experiencing burning, prickly ilight>itchyilight> ilight>skinilight> at random times but mostly during the evening. He has the sensation of pins and needles pricking his skin from the inside out. This mostly occurs on his arms or legs or back, but not concurrently. First it was his legs then it moved to his back and currently the problem is on his arms. The sensation will be symetrical, i.e. both arms. The prickling turns into severe itching with sensations of pin pricking pain.
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