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Non-itchy skin color bumps on tummy since childhood. Is it due to some reaction?

Hi, I ve had these very small non-itchy bumps on my tummy for years, since I was little. they are my skin colour and they are literally everywhere and millions. they end and kind of blend in as you go towards my back. I wondered if I reacted to something but my mum cant explain them. they are very visible to me and I think ugly. it makes me very conscious.
Asked On : Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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hi ..the bumps you mention may be any kind of soft tissue swelling like neurofibromas/ lipomas etc.I do not think it might be any sort of reaction.Please undergo a complete evaluation for systemic features ,which some of these may be associated with.In select cases certain investigations ,including a biopsy of the swelling may be required.Do not feel conscious about these,its a common thing and unless specifically proven,nothing to worry about at all!
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