Skin bubbles on arms that dont hurt but have spread?
I have a question about these clear bubble-like bumps on my arms. They started last summer on the tops of my shoulders and I shrugged it off as a heat rash. Now this summer they have spread to my entire arms, my chest area and my stomach. They are clear, and about half the size of a pencil eraser head. It is almost as if they are filled with a clear liquid. Now I am not thinking this is a heat rash because I literally can walk outside for a minute and they can appear. They can appear in direct sun or indirect sun. I have a doctor appt on this thursday to have this checked out but i know how my dr office is about waiting for a referral to a dermatologist it may take awhile. Any ideas?
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