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Scratched arm, small bumps, redness, eczema. Treatment options?

I am a 27 year-old female, I scratched my arm in the back of a wooden book shelf and after a week or so I noticed weird bumps around the same area..not until 3 months after I recognized the redness and itchness with eczema which I ve never had before...why am I developing these symptoms of eczema just now and what would be the best solution to treat it? Would untreated eczema spread to other locations?
Asked On : Sat, 25 Aug 2012
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Hello and thank you for posting your query on HCM
It appears from your history that you have a sensitive skin which is prone to develop eczema and dermatitis.
Just observe the symptoms for a while.
If they do no disappear spontanaeously, then you may have to refer to a dermatologist and you may need medication.
Appearance of such a problem make you more prone to re-develop after trivial trauma.
However, it can be controlled by medication.

Thanks again and take care
Answered: Sun, 26 Aug 2012
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