Hi I have raised bumps on my wrists that spread down my forearms in patches. When I scratch them they bleed and have been there for a very long time. I beileve it to be caused by a watch intially that I use to wear when I was about 12 or so. I am now 19 and I have many more bumps. I beileve they spread when I scratched them when I was younger and where ever my fingernails made contact is where a new patch would being. It is now moving to my face and my doctor said it was no big deal BUT IT IS A HUGE DEAL AND I NEED TO KNOW if I can treat it. I feel like I will always have this skin issue and it will never go away. If anyone knows anything plz let me know. They are barely noticable if I leave them alone but they are very akward to others who think I am diseased. The worst part is it seems my doctor threw me by the way side and does not care. She told me it would simply go away after time but it has been about 7 years now that I have had this problem and they have not gone away.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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