It started out looking scaly then today came the tiny blister looking spots in it.No pain ,no itching, no discharge. All I see are tiny tiny blisters in the pink spot. Its the only one I have on my body.Thanks for your response : )
are you able to take a digital pic and add it to your profile?
that would help me to give you a better answer.
Also, make sure you check out our Ask an Expert forum, there's a post about it thats right near the top of this forum's page near the welcome message. The doctor there may be able to offer you a better idea of what you have (and a pic would help her also).
From your symptoms the possibility of granuloma annulare needs to be ruled out. Granuloma annulare is a chronic disease consisting of a rash with reddish bumps arranged in a circle or ring. Usually it is asymptomatic but due to cosmetic disfigurement topical or oral steroids may be needed. Please discuss this with your dermatologist.
I hope it helps. Take care and regards.
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