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Flesh colored, clustered, fluid filled bumps on forearms, worsen in summer, cause itchy in sun followed by scabbing. What could these be?

I have flesh colored bumps on my forearms, they have been bothering me every summer. some areas they are clustered and some they are spotted, they are itchy mainly when I am in the sun, if I scratch them the next day they scab up, when I 1st notice a new bump it is usually a whitish looking color, if i squeeze it clear fluid comes out. I can t afford to go to the hospital. Please help, I thought it was scabies because some times it feels like something is biting me but during my reseacher, it states that scabies is very itchy at night, but I don t, I also have a partner who sleeps in the same bed as me and I have been watching his skin for the 2 years this has been going on and he has not even a bump at all. I really don t know what to do
Asked On : Sat, 23 Jun 2012
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Hi..dear candy..,
Thanks for choosing HCM..,
Itchy whitish looking lesions....on both hands..,
and exaggerated by sun exposure..,'
could be PMLE...Poly Morphic Light Erruption..,
Due to UV rays in the sun..,
Avoid sun exposure .....or use SUNSCREEN LOTION..,
While going out..,
Night use steriod cream..Betamethasone or Momentasone..,
Cap..Lycopene with vit A for 15 days..,
will give good result..,
Answered: Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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