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Red, raised spots on torso. Taken antibiotics for abscessed tooth. Have high blood pressure

I have small bright red raised spots on my torso, lower breasts and stomach and they are increasing in number. I am 56 and take no medication until recently I am on antibiotics for a abscessed tooth which is being extracted next week. I have had some high blood pressure but am controlling it with diet and exercise. I run 1 - 3 hours a week and I weigh 160lbs.. 5 6 . I have never had children but had two d&c 30 years ago. I am in menopause and have hot flashes no periods for about 9 months. What are the reds spots? Can I get rid of them or at least stop them from increasing? Are they indicative of a health problem?
Asked On : Wed, 19 Sep 2012
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Red raised spots on the torso.breast.umblicus can be tinea corporis or acute uirticaria.but in urticaria lesions are transient .if red spots like central clearing itis tinea.if they are nodular it can be mosquito or insect bites.
Whatever reason can be use antihistamine.antibotic .apply hhfudic in the morning and keto-b ointment in the night can cure it
Answered: Thu, 5 Sep 2013
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