So about a month or so ago I got a weird 7 red dots that formed a circle but not attached to each other and with a random one outside that. It was and still is not itchy. I have not put any new product or anything on my stomach. I am not sexually active. The chronic conditions I do have are IBS and Cold Urticaria. Well today I noticed 10 random red dots on my stomach and on below my other hip bone. Not itchy. Not raised. The main area that started this whole thing now seems to be going solid pale red. I do not have insurance because I "make too much" for state insurance and well I can not afford to pay for insurance. I am hoping this will get me answers and ways to get rid of this. If it keeps getting worse I will bite the bullet and see my doctor and have yet another bill to pay.
I have a rash like that too that started in october of this year 2015 and now december and the rash is still there no symptoms not itchy,sclay,dry, no bumps and only on one area of my stomach there are about 10 of them on my stomach and one under my left breast (I'm male and have no kids) I searched all over the web and closest I found was either a protein hystamine problem or nothing at all and will go away on it's own..I too have no insurance however getting insurance in Jan 2016 already got the ball rolling with that I do have free clinics all over where I live but also terrified to get checked since I smoke and cancer runs in my family I used to be sexually active but really haven't done anything in months at all and still don't REALLY praying it's nothing serious like STD, STI or Cancer really hoping it's nothing and infact a protein/hystamine problem. I do suffer from Ceciliac Disease (Allergy to Gluten) and do from time to time still enjoy gluten products. I have had this on my thigh before but was only like one or two or three spots and they stayed there for a few months and went away on their own never came back till just this past Oct only now on my stomach and one small one on under my right breast hasn't spread anywhere and it's asymptomatic (no symptoms and haven't been sick either with flu or anything for a looooong so no symptoms at all followed it).
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