My rashes started about 3 or four weeks ago. I felt a sore itch sensation on my hand. I looked at my knuckle and there was a pink reddish spot it itched alot. I thought it was a pimple so I tried popping it. out came a clear liquid. it still itched and then I began getting them all over my arms and legs. I even got one on my face. I didn't scratch them they just appeared. I went to 3 different doctors who prescribed anitbiotics and steroids, but could not tell me what it was. I finished my medicine and the first few rashes I had have gona away, but I keep getting more and more. They are pinkish red circular about a centimeter in diameter. They have been itchy sore and have been on my face, hands, and arms. I am going to a dermatologist soon, but I just wanted to see if anyone could figure it out.
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