Basically I noticed the bumps about 5 days ago when shaving, shaving seems to have either cause it to become more apparent or it was just that time for them to appear.
The bumps are tiny, and they are almost not even noticeable unless they start to itch and then I scratch them and they become pink. Mostly it is centralized on one of my knees. There are a few random bumps down my leg to my ankle. It doesn't ALWAYS itch, just a few times a day. It hasn't spread, but I try to resist scratching as much as possible
My mom looked at it and said she thought it was poison oak, because my father had it a few weeks ago. But my father said it doesn't look quite like his did, plus I lack the exposure as I have not been in any weeds or even grass for that matter. I've included a picture of what the bumps look like. Anyone have an idea as to what it could be??
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