I'm not sure what these red bumps are... It popped up just today this morning. I played volleyball yesterday and slept for the rest of the day. I didn't shower or anything because I was too tired. While I showered in warm water this morning, I realized there are seven red bumps all on one thigh. Four are in a diagonal row . It wasn't itching at all until some hours later. Soon I felt an itch on my upper arm and I scratched it a bit. A little bit later, a red bump pops up at that same itching spot. Now, another red bump pops up on one of my hands after it started itching. These bumps aren't bigger than a penny by the way, but not that small either. It's VERY noticeable... especially 7 of them on my left thigh..
I really, really want to get rid of these bumps asap, especially on my thighs since I play volleyball in shorts. Do you have any idea what these red bumps could possibly be?
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