Conditions with symptom: 'blotches'
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I have some tiny red blotches and the head of my penis, I did have unprotected sex 3 days ago and appeared 2 days after, these are not painful, irritant and have no affects what so ever, just some tiny red blotches, could you advise what this could be and any treatment? thanks
i have this aswell, im quite worried and dont know what to do help!
your lucky mine is very painful after having unprrotected sex
For the last few weeks I have been experiencing an itch all over my body. It is intermittent and comes and goes frequently throughout the day, however, in this last week I have developed two red blotches on my upper thigh which are extremely itchy and painful at times. I thought nothing of it but now the blotches have grown in size and shape and have a slightly raised appearance. I stuggle to find enough time to visit a GP with my busy schedule and would appreciate any help.
i have 4 red blotches on my tounge, 1 big one and 3 little ones, they dont hurt but what are they?
i have red blotches on my face and they seem to be getting worse is there anything i can use to make them go away .many thanks .
I'm 31 yr old male & i think i have psyriosis itlooks like it & i'm allways stressed out with it as i've had it now since i was 19 years old. In the summer i have to cover my legs up as i'm soo ashamed of the way my legs look. I have 2 large red blotches on my face(under my eyes along the side of my nose)I wake up in the mornings & my skin is flakey & its really red everybody looks at me as if i'm a freak! but i also have it all over my legs & i do get it on my bum cheeks. This has affected my confidence within the last few years so i kep my legs totally covered up & it's a night mare in the summer as i wear jeans to keep covered but sweat like hell as its too hot but i drive a ice cream van so theres no way i can let people see them as they are so cruel. i've put cream on my face in the morning to try & reduce the look of the dry scaily skin on my face but some times it can take hours for the rednessto calm down & some times it will just stay red blotches on my face,what else can i do at my lowest point now!
Hire out a UVB sunbed they normally cost £80 per month hire and it will take two months to clear your face, I was covered by after using the senbed everyday for 2mins my face is complete cleared
ive noticed a lot of red blotches around the shaft of my penis its looks like bruising blood spots
Hi i'm a male mid 40s i have red what look like blotches on my penis when i pull my foreskin back which is tight and painful
its just inflammation get some anti septic cream and see if that works if not go and get some medical advice
go see your GP you might need to have your foreskin removed if it is too tight. this could also be the cause of the blotches.
Whilst I was checking myself today I noticed that I had black/purplish blotches on my vulva. I'm now worried....
hi i've got red blotches all over my face, it's very hot and very sore, the area around my eyes is white and very swollen. any ideas what i could use to cool down and get the redness under control.
hi i have recently seen these dark blotches appear underneath my breasts around my stomach area they have been there for about a week now i dont know what they are they are a bit itchy can you help me please to cure this problem
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