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Dry, red spots on the body, not itchy, have been eating ribs through the week. Food reaction?

Hi doctor sorry I have a question today I start seeing some red dry spots in my body and I have one in my left boob that s the only one inchy a little bit but the rest on my body are only red, dry and they don t ichy, I was eating this ribs mostly all week but those pumps just start coming out more today or I just realize them today but for what I remember last week I didnt had them, can be a food reaction or something else please help me thanks
Asked On : Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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Muliple red spot with itching or without itching could be some kind of allergic rash that is Urticaria which may be because of some food or other allengen.
Anti allergic medication may give relief,but these rash sometimes may be because of a viral infection and may be manifestation of low platelet count,so it would be prudent to see a Physician/Dermatologist to exactly know what they are and can be treated accordingly.
please take care
Good Luck to you
Answered: Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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