• donald berry donald berry
    June 17, 2010
    I'm getting small bumps on my hands arms legs arm pits and ankles and moles are poping up every day
    donald berry donald berry
    June 17, 2010

    I noticed these little bumps first on my hands 3 or 4 years ago really small but their are hundreds of them.Now they are on my legs,ankles arms armpits they itch and sometimes have a clear liquid in them.Now they seem to be turning into little moles,what is this?

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  • Merely Me
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    July 01, 2010
    Merely Me
    Health Guide
    July 01, 2010

    Hello Donald

     

    If you have had these for years it sounds like some sort of chronic skin condition.  I am not a doctor so my best advice is for you to see a doctor about this as they will the ones able to treat you.

     

    In the meantime here are some images of atopic dermatitis...do any of these resemble what you are seeing?

     

    It may be a case where you need some antibiotics.  But only a doctor can tell you what you have.

     

    Let us know if you figure this out.  Good luck.

  • Merely Me
    Health Guide
    July 01, 2010
    Merely Me
    Health Guide
    July 01, 2010

    Hello again

     

    In researching your question I also found this site which talks about celiac disease and skin conditions.  Look at these images from the Celiac Sprue Association and let us know if this looks like what you have.

     

    Again...I am not a doctor and you really do need to see a doctor to have your condition diagnosed and treated.

     

    Hope this helps.  Best of luck to you.


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