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Forum Name: Dermatology Topics

Question: Spots on body what is it ?

 pr0digy2k4 - Thu Mar 02, 2006 12:43 am

Well i have gotten some spots on my arm i thought they would go away after a few months nothing really happen they just stayed. its been getting worse. they are showing up on my arm around my armpits my shoulders and some on the private area. they don't itch or anything they just spotss not red either more of a brownish color and they look dry. my right arm is getting alot on my biscep and nothing really on my left i think 1 spot very small. the worse part is my arm . i recently moved into the house and shortly after moving in the house i notice these spots coming up. im 20 now they are not affecting my health i feel fine. it itches sometime. im confused to what they are and how can i treat it . work is hetic but in a couple weeks i may see a doctor about this i thought it would go away slowy its just getting worse. someone told me it may be bug bites. any idea's ?
 pr0digy2k4 - Fri Mar 17, 2006 9:54 pm

its been 2 weeks anyone else know what this maybe and what i can do to get rid of spots ???
 pr0digy2k4 - Tue Apr 04, 2006 2:54 pm

over the past month this is getting worse on my right arm. and im starting to see these spots coming up in other area's of my body..

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