brown raised bumps on various areas of the body, have pictures
have been developing these brown bumps sized about the size of a sharpie marker and smaller, the appear on the face, neck, shoulder and on the stomach and side of the torso. Looks like small moles but appeared all of a sudden and i think more keep growing. They do not itch or scratch or burst or anything like that just appear. Any input would really help thank you in advance
here are some links to pictures
I had similar brown bumps one year which were hyperpigmentation caused by taking the contraceptive pill and sunbathing. These faded on their own. Although there are a lot of 'Fade out' creams out there, i would not be tempted to self-diagnose or treat this at home. It is worth paying the $19 on the Ask a doctor Dermatology forum, as Dr Rockoff gives excellent advice and i don't feel qualified to answer such an unusual query. Otherwise, please see your own doctor soon. Loiloi x
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