I forgot to say, if it is IGH, there is nothing you can do, they will not go away. Like I said though, some of it looks like a mixture of dermatitis and the IGH. I don't know if you can post the pics on this website, if you can then do so. Good luck, sorry I couldn't be more help.
Wow, there sure are alot of postings since I was last on this site. I saw your pictures and some of it kind of looks like a skin dermatitis and some look like the IGH that I mentioned. If the spots are NOT like bumps but instead just look like small white spots then it looks like IGH. The IGH spots never itch. I have lived in Florida for the last 8 years and about 5 years ago they started appearing on my arms. I already had maybe 5 or 6 on my legs. In the winter they are hardly noticeable, but in the summer when I am in the sun, they really start to stand out. Go to this website, if you have not already done so.
Look through all the skin disorders, the IGH is Idiopathic Guttate Hypomelanosis
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