I have this bizzarre skin rash that is localized to my abdomin (abdomen). I went to bed about 3 nights ago with one small pimple like bump on my stomach, not thinking much of it but when I woke up there were like 20 of them. They seem to be mutiplying as the days pass. Some of them have a small amount of puss in them. They are raised,red,painful and very itchy. I thought at first that they may be chicken pox. However, I had the chicken pox about 25 years ago at the age of seven. I have been feeling run down for the past week or so like I am about to get something i.e. flu or a cold I have not used any new soaps, cosmetics, or laundry detergents. Has anyone had this before or heard of such a thing??? They are driving me nuts!! If anyone can shed some light on this subject, it would be greatly appreciated
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