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I have them too first noticed them while in Jamaica & it was extremely hot there..saw my doctor when I returned & he said that my skin perhaps was reacting to the severe heat however that was 7 yrs ago..& I just recently started to have the flare up again they come instantly on my forearm & disappears I have noticed that heat is on of the things that triggers it.
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Do press-ups and it becomes apparent. Ask God for wisdom.
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I have had this for almost all of 2017 not long after i had some DR visits under a new care provider. I had a couple shots but i never pay attention to what im getting. I refused the flu shot. I never had allergy shots. I get my bump on my right arm just below the elbow crease about a half inch down. Near where i usually get shots. I tried to research this on Youtube but was very grossed out at all the images that popped up. Normally Youtube is very helpful but not on this one...
I have not left California in over 10 years. So, its not from travelling. It DID happen after i went to the DR however.... Ive seen many people here wonder if its from a TB test and i would like to check my records now to see if that is what i just got..

My bump shows up the exact same spot.. Hangs around from a half hour to a day , then goes away . Its a little bit itchy , specially at first. No need to put anything on it unless the itching gets really bad. It goes away on its own as mysterioulsly as it appears.
I WISH SOMEONE WOULD ANSWER THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I have it on my left forearm, it looks no different from a mosquito bite and behaves similarly, but it recurs at the same place about once per once. It started about half a year ago, and when it fades there is a pale spot at the position. It normally happens after bath.
Does anyone have a explanation yet?
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Guys - google molloscum contagiosum and let me know what you think. I’m almost convinced that’s what mine is! Going to finally go to the docs to get a confirmation though.

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Im sorry but I don't think it's that.

What I have and I think what we all have here is look like this https://www.healthline.com/hlcmsresource/images/Clinical-Large-Images/648x364_Lipomas.JPG

I know, this picture is from lipoma which isn't what we have but the small bump does look like that at first, than it start itching a bit, become red, than reduce in size after a few hours and goes away few hours later.

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me again from the post above, does it look like this to you guys? this picture is from a mosquito bite, even if I didn't get bite by a mosquito and the spot is generally always at the same place, it does look like that for me https://wonderopolis.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/942.jpg

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mine is like yours but it is perfectly round, goes away in an hour comes back in 2 weeks or so.some say it could be allergy to some food, but whay in the same spot? it is weird af
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Mine looks basically exactly like that, yes. I've Aldi described it as looking just like a mosquito bite. Shows up, sand exact spot, disappears within a couple hours maybe, itches like a bite... The only thing I've noticed is I tend to be kinda run down/tired and/or overheated when they happen. Sometimes they (I have two) show up more often than other times, but I've had this for a few years.
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Sorry for typos. Phone _
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same thing, i asked dermatologist and he said its a tumor underneath because it feels a little hard..i dont know for sure. how do you know if its allergy?
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We don't know if it is or not. That's part of the problem. So far, I don't see a reason to conclude it being a classic allergy. The area where my bump comes and goes isn't hard; it feels and looks completely normal until the bump shows up, which looks and feels just like a mosquito bite, then goes away within a few hours. Sometimes it comes back full-blown, a large bump or even two "bites" right beside each other to form a larger bump (it didn't do that at first, but eventually kinda morphed into that occasionally), and other times it stops at some point when it's the size of a pencil eraser and recedes. The only pattern I can tell is it usually only shows up when I'm run down or tired and almost always warm. But plenty of times I am tired, warm, etc. it doesn't show up. So it's not consistent. Sometimes it'll show up more frequently, also. Like I haven't seen much of it in the past few months. Sometimes it's gotten itchy there and I expect the bump to start, but it's just stopped. It's very strange.

I've had this issue comes and go for a few years so I know it's not a tumor in me. Nice is also not hard underneath. I think your issue might be different.
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I have a similar presentation, just closer to my wrist and hand. Consider what you've been doing the hours/days leading up to these episodes. I don't believe mine is a bug bite but a very localized hive - this can be a reaction to allergens or even emotional stress/imbalance.
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I have the same exact thing word for word on my chest. Was thinking it was a hive but can't imagine a situation where you get one random hive. I'm at the doc now for something different but I'm gonna ask. I noticed after I was given an anti inflammatory shot but it has occurred randomly with no meds administered.
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I am experiencing the same thing. It's always when I first wake up either on the inside of my forearm or between elbow and armpit. It's a raised welt that itches and then disappears about an hour later. Do any of you take a certain medication? We need to find a common factor. Does anyone else have HSV-2 ? We gotta figure this out
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