I've been getting sores on my upper shoulder, upper & lower arms, upper legs & lower legs for about 10 years now. They start out as tiny little red (head of a pin) size bumps. They don't itch, but in my curiousity, I rub over them and pick at them to which they get bigger and scab up and bleed. I've been to 6 dematologists, including the head Dr. for diseases of the skin at Loyola University Hospital in Chicago. The first Dr. said I had and that everyone in my house should remove all bedding and clothing and literally boil them in hot water, have the dog tested and gave me pills and I had to buy an expensive cream to put on them which did nothing! My dog had nothing also. The next one took a biopsy & found nothing. The 3rd took blood and found nothing, but gave me steroids which did NOTHING! The 4th, 5th & 6th said everyone gets these bumps, I just pick at mine, that's why I have these sores. I just want to know why I get these bumps, and why I pick at them. I know I'm a nervous pervus, but nobody gave me stuff for jitters. Also I was never allergy tested by anyone, and no Dr. offered or suggested it. I recently got 3 on my torso.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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