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Small, clear, flat bumps
I'm not sure what these are. They're perfectly clear, or flesh colored, a person wouldn't notice them unless I pointed them out with the tip of a sharpened pencil WHILE rotating my hand side-to-side. They're 1-2mm and are not grouped together (one on left thumb, one on palm of each hand, one finger, etc) about 5-8 all together, all on the inside of my hands, no where else. Like I said, they're extremely hard to find as they blend in really well.

I've looked up "clear flat bumps" and all I get is 'flat warts,' I've had these bumps for over 8 years, they don't increase in number or size. They don't hurt or ache, no change at all, I'm just curious, WHAT ARE THEY??
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Hi,

This could be warts. There is no single treatment for warts that is 100% effective and different types of treatment may be combined.

You should consult a skin specialist for the symptoms. If these are plane warts - she would benefit by using salicylic acid cream, cryotherapy, curettage and light cautery.

If these are filiform warts - cryotherapy or curettage and light cautery would help.

Facial warts should not be treated with wart paints because of the risk of severe irritation and possible scarring.

Let us know if you need any other information and post us about what the skin specialist advises.

Regards.

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