after about a week of having these, i am getting worried.
the spots are all over my stomach. that it, they are all fairly small, flat, and red. they look like chicken pox, but dont itch. i am 18 now, and i had chicken pox when i was 6. i have been layering the cream on them, when i get out of the shower thinking that they might just b dry spots, but that hasnt been working.
tonight, when i got out of the shower, i had one on my neck, that looked like exploded blood cells...
i dont knwo what these are, but any help would be really appreciated.
My niece has itchy red bumps all over her back and chest spreading to her head. The are small n almost resemble blisters. Its not chicken I've seen them many times.I'm worried for my 3 yr old niece please help.
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