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What does it mean when i have bumps on my legs?

This means you are cold so your pores contracted allowing no body heat to escape! knows ALL! Any Suggestions here?

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  1. Jasmine Rodrigez Reply:

    I have had bumps on my legs for like 3 months and I’m only 15 they sometimes itch and when I itch them more form. I don’t know what to do and like if I cut them open they bleed like as if I poped a pimple but they are definetly not pimples but yeah and they’re mostly by the knees and thighs not the calf or anything :/

  2. Dung Reply:

    Pimples on legs are starting to become just as common as pimples on the face. However, this doesn't mean you have to lose hope and that nothing will help. with benzoyl peroxide to kill bacteria and clear pores, however, do not scrub. I was a little worried about the small bumps on my legs, and I am a victim of acne. Detail:

  3. Terrilyn Reply:

    Could be a cyst. Let a doctor look at it!

  4. Jaunita Reply:

    Razor bumps can occur on the legs after shaving. They have the appearance of pimple and can make wearing skirts or shorts an embarrassing experience. Luckily, for women and men who shave, there are many ways to prevent razor bumps from occu… More:

  5. Athena Reply:

    Are bumps sometimes left on your legs after shaving them with a traditional razor? This is called razor burn and is quite common. Razor burn may occur for a variety of reasons, but it is treated the same way in all cases. The best way to pr… More:

  6. Shayla Reply:

    Hair bumps on your legs are caused from ingrown hairs by shaving. The hairs don’t grow straight outwards because something is preventing it and then they curl and go back down in the skin causing the bump. Just exfoliate the area and let th… More:

  7. Marylouise Reply:

    Do dogs get bumps from mosquito bumps on her ears/legs? The bumps will go away bites like humans? What else could cause small after a couple of days and they don’t seem to bot

  8. Rebeca Reply:

    This does not sound like hives (an allergic reaction) but it could still be some kind of reaction to something you ate, or something your skin in coming in contact with –i!e! soaps, detergents or fabric softeners! Or you could be developing a viral rash! You may want to go to the doctor for the rash to get some type of medications for reliefCanker sores usually go away without any treatment! For pain relief, you can try taking ibuprofen (brand name: Advil) or acetaminophen (brand name: Tylenol)! Other medicines, such as Anbesol, Oragel, Orabase and Zilactin-B, might keep your canker sores from becoming irritated by eating, drinking or brushing your teeth! You put these medicines right on the sore!You can also mix equal amounts of Milk of Magnesia and Benadryl Allergy liquid! After its mixed, you can swish a teaspoonful in your mouth for about 1 minute and then spit it out! If you do this every 4 to 6 hours, your canker sores may hurt less!Some people think that sucking on zinc lozenges, taking vitamin C or vitamin B complex, using a sage-and-chamomile mouthwash or taking a lysine supplement helps their canker sores heal faster!

  9. Rosalyn Reply:

    or a calcium deposit. It's best though to get it checked by a doctor. Does Oragel work? Answer it! What could a bump on your leg mean? It could possibly

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