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I keep getting this weird rash on a certain part of my arm. Does anyone have idea what it is?

The rash only appears on the area between my upper and lower arm on my left arm only. I get these little red bumps there. They don't itch. They last for a day or two than go away for a few weeks, than come back. It's only been happening for a few months. Does anyone have any idea what it is?

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Are they redish bumps but when you try to pick at them they just start bleeding. :( it's called kerotosis polaris I did a natural remedy that kind of worked you take some white sugar and some olive oil get about a table spoon of sugar and as much olive oil you need to make pasty don't let the sugar dissolve then rub the mixture on you legs ofer the bath tub it softened it and I couldn't really see it or feel it for a while. it could also be dry skin?

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could be keratosis pilaris! I use to have them, they might go away, but if not try rubbing coconut oil on them! exfoliating my help as well!

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I have kerotosis Polaris! It's all over my legs how did you get rid of it?
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I get that too! I know it's not a skin disease, it's just from dry skin. Put some un-purfumed lotion on it and that should clear it up, or put some Neosporin.

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it could be eczema, check w/ your doctor

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I used to get that alot when I was little, the exact same thing. All mine was was a small rash. The doctor gave me some cream that I put on every day and it was gone very quickly. If you have what I had, it should be nothing serious, but I'd check with your Doctor first.

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