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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Practicing since : 2004
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User :   hi. i have got a few red bumps ( small, non-itching) on my stomach and i fel hot but not sweating and no fever. what should i do?
Doctor :   hi are you back?
User :   yes
User :   so what should i do?
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since when have you noticed these bumps?
User :   yesterday
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are they present anywhere else?
User :   but they dotn itch and ive already had chicken pox or measles ( one of those two)
User :   nope.. just on my stomach ( lower)
Doctor :  
have you used any new clothes?
User :   My VS are normal, im not dizzy
User :   nope... just my scrubs
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User :   since im in medical school
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have you had any medications? or different food?
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is there any pain?
User :   nope and nope
User :   and no pain
Doctor :  
are the bumps red? solid like or fluid filled?
User :   solid.. looks like birth marks
Doctor :  
are they like papules or vesicles?
User :   and my temp is 98.8
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