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Acne and skin rash - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Skin Hair and Nails
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Doctor :   Hi
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How can I help you?
User :   iam having a skin problem i dont wear make up or anything
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User :   but this whole week i been having a rash with little bumpz all over one side of my face. my right side to be exact
Doctor :  
What is the skin problem?
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :  
What is your age?
Doctor :   How did the rash start?
User :   im not sure whats wrong there are times where it goes away but then they appear on my face there not pimples it doesnt have any pus in them or anything its just bumps on one side of my face and they are red
User :   there are small bumps
User :   my age is 18 and its been about a week so far no more than a week
Doctor :  
Please tell your age?
User :   my age is 18 will be 19 on oct.
Doctor :  
Ok it could be acne as the most possible reason
Doctor :  
Acne may present in different forms
User :   im very unsure if its acne it only appears on one side of my face thats the right side and it comes and goes
User :   my face is clean i wash it daily
Doctor :   Acne can appear on one side of face too

User :   can acne come and go overnight ?
Doctor :  
They come and go
Doctor :  
What is the size of the bumps

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