For over the past two months, I have had a small area on my bicep close to my inner elbow with what looks like multiple small bumps. Within those two months, some appear to change from a few small bumps to a slightly larger bump. 8 years ago, I had a spider bite in this exact same area just as a FYI. When the bumps first appeared, I suspected I may have touched poison ivy, but they don't itch, they match my skin tone, and they don't hurt, I have no allergies to any dye, detergents, soaps, etc. They appeared about a week after I last met with my dermatologist to have a moderate dysplastic nevus excision done. I have an appointment set up for a follow up to check on my other moles, and I plan to have them check this but I am impatient and am looking for information until then. I have read some about actinic keratosis, BCC, SCC, and melanoma. Any ideas as to the possibilities of what is going on? I added a picture for reference. This was taken about a month ago, the bumps are somewhat flatter now, but still visible.
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