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Red spots looks like blood under the skin that are turning brown

Red spots looks like blood under the skin that are turning brown I have been getting tiny red spots looks like blood under the skin that are turning brown They are everywhere and are multiplying What could it be? A lot on my belly. When I rub my hand gently over my belly I can feel little bumps.
Asked On : Wed, 2 Feb 2011
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it could be lichen planus.(not a serious disorder so dont worry much).u try to find pictures of it on google and match them with urs.if it is thn go for a homeopathic treatment.homeopathy offers a safe gentle and permanent treatment .


Answered: Wed, 2 Feb 2011
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I looked up pictures of that and that is not it. These are tiny pin point blood spots under the skin which later turn brown.They do not itch and I did not mind them until they started multiplying. No I am getting covered.
Answered: Wed, 2 Feb 2011
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