About 6 months ago i noticed a small red patch on my upper thigh, it itched a little. after awhile i noticed that i had the same thing on both calves and my right ankle. i went to the dr where i was prescribed a cream that did not help. weeks later they went away on their own but now i have basically the same thing (have had it for a long time now) on both my wrists, my finger tips(under my nails), my palms, the tops of my feet and my ankles. sometimes the itch, sometimes not. sometimes it looks like it's going away but it comes right back. at times blood comes to the surface of the "spots". they are tiny clusters of small red (sometimes pink or white), raised spots. it's very unattractive to me and more bothersome than anything. i cannot afford to go back to the dr. sometimes i can be a hypochondriac but this is not something that i am creating in my head. please help me. i am more than happy to provide any pictures that may be helpful in diagnosis. Thank you.
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