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Tiny itchy bumps on back, thighs, arms. How to get rid of it?

I have tiny raised bumps that itch for three weeks now. They are mostly on my back and some on thighs and arms with a couple on the front of my torso. They have no color and itch only a. Little. They are dry and not blistered. I am 47 years of age and have not been prone to rashes . I have had chicken pox and shingles , and this is unlike that, other than its presence primarily on my back.
Asked On : Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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hello user,

The presence of bumps over skin and itchiness are mostly due to some allergic reaction, might be due to some drugs or due to some allergens which may be a soap, a deodrant or even new cloths or shaving cream !!

Do examine your bumps by a doctor and take medicines accordingly, if its allergic then doctor may give you antihistaminics trial !!

get well soon
Dr Hari Om Chandrakar

Answered: Mon, 10 Jun 2013
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