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 HELP ME? PLEASE IM IN TEARS!?
I have like 3 little lumps on one of my elbows and they were quite itchy then i took a shower and put moisturising cream on them and now they don't itch, my mum said it looks like ex-ma and she ...


 What's the best acne treatment?
I'm a 14 year old girl. I just recently am getting major breakouts of acne all over my forehead. I never had acne this bad. I don't know what the problem is or how to treat it. I tried all ...


 HELP WITH ACNE!!!!!!?
Ive tried everything Clearasil, neutrogena, proactive nothing is working anyone have any ideas for products diet changes or ...


 I have a wart on my right thigh, and I'm afraid it will get bigger. How do I get rid of it? Please Help!?
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 ACNE, I saw my dermatoligist today and she gave me?
differen gel and an antibiotic 100mg and I go back in two months and if that does not work then she will try the Acutain I think she said. Do you think the differen gel and antibiotic will work? I ...


 how do I get the burn mark off me?
I was accidently burned by an iron maybe a week or so ago and a thought the mark it left would go away but it's still there how do I get rid of ...


 I've had a blood blister since wednesday and haven't popped it?
will it just go away?
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it was a lite purple now it's black??...


 could this mole be cancerous?
sorry, no picture but i have become worried when i noticed a mole on the left side of my neck today...i am fair skinned, and have had the mole all my life and im 18 now...it is raised, and from what ...


 What should I do about my acne?
I am in eleventh grade, and have suffered with acne since eighth grade. I have tried absolutely everything, we've all heard the "I've tried everything" before, but this time, it&#...


 My skin is peeling...horribly! What can I do about it?
I recently had a sunburn maybe 2 weeks ago or so and it was really bad! I got over it but my arms, back and legs are peeling like crazy! Also, part of my chest. I use lotion pretty often but not too ...


 I have very dry skin+i use mousturizer everyday what could i use that works really good???????????????????????
very dry near my eye brows!!!!

help me please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...


 can you get spots by sweating ?
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 Poison Ivy on my privates ... I'm scared ... please help?
Ok, a little background: I run a poison ivy grow operation in my garage. There are a lot of people who annoy me, mostly co-workers, and from time to time they come down with wicked poison ivy ...


 I'm a nurse. Yesterday a pt asked me to scratch his bum.?
he just had surgery and was fat. He had difficulty scratching his bum. I don't think it is my job to scratch his bum. What's the best way to tell him to scratch his own *** without ...


 What is a homemade cure for really bad dry hands.?
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 I want to get rid of all the acne on my face.chest.everything.?
I have tried Netrogena.
That's a trip.
I have tried Proactive
But it runs out soon. And I'm totally broke to get more.
I've even tried Caress soap and water.
I...


 can maggots get in a humans skin while they're still living?
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 My son has ringworm, but he's only 9 months old. What could I use that would be safe to treat it?
Every medication I've researched is reccomended for children over the age of two. Any advice would be apreciated....


 How do I get rid of blackheads?
I have them on my nose and upper cheeks and chin.
I have tried popping them, all I get is a load of white gunky stuff. I sometimes manage to break the skin, which leaves marks. I have also tried ...


 Is it okay to pop blisters?
I played some hardcore drums today for the first time in a long time. I took a nap, and just woke up.

There is a really big ugly red bump in the middle of my middle finger. Its half the ...



time4bloodywar
The arm on my skin is bubbly. What's the problem?
There's tons of little bubbles on both of my forearms, nowhere else. I didn't notice until I was outside mowing lawn. No known allergies and I'm not taking any medications. What's the problem and how can I fix it?
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lol I didn't even notice I said The arm on my skin but I meant skin on my arm.
                      








loser_kidd_xo
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Were you out in the sun for a long time? Could be 3rd degree sunburn. Try this. http://www.ehow.com/how_4454989_care-sunburn-blisters.html?ref=fuel&utm_source=yahoo&utm_medium=ssp&utm_campaign=yssp_art


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Your skin has arms??!!

You better get down the doctors.
They can give you some cream for tht :)


Little Miss Curious
EWWWWWWWWWWW! u got sunburn


102
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Sound like it may be poison ivory. Check that on webmd.com.


Super
My skin doesn't have arms....


Sounds like you have gastroenteritis


Tarkarri
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Blistering sun burn?


Jared
It could be hives...


how do the "bubbles" look?

like hollow?

or etc...


Ĝ๏รรα๓єя Ƹ̵Ӝ̵̄Ʒ
Check with the doctor before you do anything. If it hurts or burns, put ice on it. But make an appointment with your doctor as soon as possible to make sure it isn't serious.

Well, if it is red and it hurts, it might be a sunburn. A bad one. Put tons of aloe on it and stay indoors. But if it showed up that quickly, one word: Doctor.

Edit: Arm on your skin? hands on my feet!


missy miss
its either egzyma or 3rd degree sunburn


Sarahs_Imagination.
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Possibilities:
Goose Bumps - caused by a chill due to temperature or fear
Allergic Reaction - you may be allergic to grass or gloves that you were wearing
Eczema - causes bumps and rashes on skin "feels very itchy"

Other Possibilities:
Spicy Food came in contact with your skin
Insect Repellent came in contact with your skin
You used a new type of lotion on your skin
Your skin came in contact with a new substance
Your skin came in contact with cleaning solution
Your skin came in contact with gasoline by back splash when filling the mower with gas

To Do:

Chemical Contact : cleaning solution, gasoline, insect repellent:
Don't cover the irritated skin with any ointment because it may be a chemical burn, a "light chemical burn" instead take white vinegar and pour onto irritated skin. Let it dry and don't wash off the stinky vinegar.

If you experience burning and itching use raw potato and lightly pat the thin pieces of raw potato on skin


Warning:
Aloe will cause a burning sensation
Lotion & Ointment will make burning worse
Powder will cause the skin to become more inflamed


Camilla
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the arm on your skin? did u do that on purpose?


Jo
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The arm on your skin? Don't you mean the skin on your arm?

Anyways, it sounds to me like you have got yourself a sunburn!

OUCH!


Emily
that sounds like eczema.


twinklez
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were you mowing the lawn whae it was hot cause when your hands sweat and they rub agenst each other then it is a rash that is what happend to me


pawn86
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It sounds like contact dermatitis.

Contact dermatitis is an inflammation of the skin caused by direct contact with an irritating substance.

Causes, incidence, and risk factors
Contact dermatitis is an inflammation of the skin caused by direct contact with an irritating or allergy-causing substance (irritant or allergen). Reactions may vary in the same person over time. A history of any type of allergies increases the risk for this condition.

Irritant dermatitis, the most common type of contact dermatitis, involves inflammation resulting from contact with acids, alkaline materials such as soaps and detergents, solvents, or other chemicals. The reaction usually resembles a burn.

Allergic contact dermatitis, the second most common type of contact dermatitis, is caused by exposure to a substance or material to which you have become extra sensitive or allergic. The allergic reaction is often delayed, with the rash appearing 24 - 48 hours after exposure. The skin inflammation varies from mild irritation and redness to open sores, depending on the type of irritant, the body part affected, and your sensitivity.

Common allergens associated with contact dermatitis include:

Poison ivy, poison oak, poison sumac
Other plants
Nickel or other metals
Medications
Antibiotics, especially those applied to the surface of the skin (topical)
Topical anesthetics
Other medications
Rubber
Cosmetics
Fabrics and clothing
Detergents
Solvents
Adhesives
Fragrances, perfumes
Other chemicals and substances
Contact dermatitis may involve a reaction to a substance that you are exposed to, or use repeatedly. Although there may be no initial reaction, regular use (for example, nail polish remover, preservatives in contact lens solutions, or repeated contact with metals in earring posts and the metal backs of watches) can eventually cause cause sensitivity and reaction to the product.

Some products cause a reaction only when they contact the skin and are exposed to sunlight (photosensitivity). These include shaving lotions, sunscreens, sulfa ointments, some perfumes, coal tar products, and oil from the skin of a lime. A few airborne allergens, such as ragweed or insecticide spray, can cause contact dermatitis.

Symptoms
Itching (pruritus) of the skin in exposed areas
Skin redness or inflammation in the exposed area
Tenderness of the skin in the exposed area
Localized swelling of the skin
Warmth of the exposed area (may occur)
Skin lesion or rash at the site of exposure
Lesions of any type: redness, rash, papules (pimple-like), vesicles, and bullae (blisters)
May involve oozing, draining, or crusting
May become scaly, raw, or thickened


Treatment - How you can fix it.

Initial treatment includes thorough washing with lots of water to remove any trace of the irritant that may remain on the skin. You should avoid further exposure to known irritants or allergens.

In some cases, the best treatment is to do nothing to the area.

Corticosteroid skin creams or ointments may reduce inflammation. Carefully follow the instructions when using these creams, because overuse, even of low-strength over-the-counter products, may cause a troublesome skin condition. In severe cases, systemic corticosteroids may be needed to reduce inflammation. These are usually tapered gradually over about 12 days to prevent recurrence of the rash. In addition to or instead of corticosteroid skin treatment, your doctor may prescribe tacrolimus ointment or pimecrolimus cream.

Wet dressings and soothing anti-itch (antipruritic) or drying lotions may be recommended to reduce other symptoms. Calamine lotion.


sunnyconures246
just sounds like a rash. put some anti itch cream or lotion on it. if it doesnt go away get someone to look at it.


this guy
bug bites
why do you have arms on your skin


EDGEY<3
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aw you have sunburn


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