My son is nine years old and we are currently awaiting to see the dermatologist. The problem is he has bumps mainly on his penis but on other parts of his body as well. They are raised individualized bumps about the size of the head of a thumbtack . They seem to come and go. but it seems now they are spreading from his penis to all over his body. they are very itchy. i,ve taken him to the doctor's twice and still haven't got even a guess at what it could be. he's been referred to a dermatologist . That's not for two more weeks and my son is very uncomfortable with the itching. however they are not painful just itchy. Any thoughts on what could be causing this.His father has excema but the doctor say's it's not that.Any feedback you have would be greatly appreciated.
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