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Please help! small non-itchy painless bumps on chest and under chin w pics.

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 26, 2009
  • 03:40 AM

I've recently developed 3 weird skin problems. At first I wasn't too concerned, but they've remained for the last 5-6 months now without much change.

1) I got these weird small lumps under my chin/upper neck area. They don't itch, and are not painful. They kinda look like fat cells? I barely notice that they are there unless I am looking carefully.

2) I developed these little bumps (1-3mm) on my chest (about 20-30 very tiny ones). Again these are not painful or itchy. They seem to be just under the skin and i can't pop them by squeezing. But its scaring me because they haven't gone away. maybe they are molluscm?


3) i got about 20-30 dry ovalish shaped (about 1/2 inch to 1 inch diameter) patches of slightly darker dried looking skin. They are on my belly area and on my biceps and inner thighs.


Does anyone know what these may be? are they signs of STD or skin cancer? I was just tested for stds/hiv about 1 year ago(i was clean)and have only been with one girl (but i don't really know if she was clean or not) should I be worried about them?

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  • Hey,Check out my thread, I think we might have the same condition. I have them on my hair line (head), forearms, a couple on biceps, shoulders, and the most around my abdomen/chest/back. They are red raised bumps that dry out very quickly and flake, none have cured and more are showing up, I have a doctors appointment thursday, hopefully i get directed to a dermotologist. Let know if you get any info on this. Oh and your pictures are pretty small maybe you should try and post better links.Here is my thread with pics.http://forums.wrongdiagnosis.com/showthread.php?p=178280#post178280
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  • eazeydoesit: mine looks different from yours. Anyone else have any idea?
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