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Having tiny red bumps on stomach, upper thighs, nose, shoulders, suffering from weakness. Causes for symptoms?

Hello Doc.. Im a 24 year old straight man & I m sexually active with a couple of women at this point in my life. About 2 weeks ago I began feeling Flu like & I also noticed that I have tiny individual red bumps on my stomach, upper thigh, nose & shoulder .. compounded with watery feces.. I have no fever, chills, night sweats or swollen glands of any kind but I still feel very weak.. Please enlighten me
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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Radiologist 's  Response
Apr 2014
Thanks for your query

your features suggest most likely you have seasonal viral infection with allergic manifestations.
you can take antihistaminic for the skin lesions.
if symptoms persists, you should go for complete workup for the symptoms.
As you are sexually active with multiple partners ,you should use protected sex only. Enlarged glands are not palpated by itself many times, so better it should be done by a doctor.

Take care
Answered: Fri, 5 Jul 2013
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