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.  Just that it might be easier for your family physician to make the diagnosis.   With that said, white bumps make me think... can treat this.   Molluscum contagiosum is a skin (white) colored bump caused by a virus...
Bumps on the eyelid are typically either chalazion or hordeolum (stye).  The former are painless while the latter are painful and can be either internal or external.  It's imperative that you go see your eye doctor ASAP...
Eloquence of a Bump on the Head by Leah C. Healthy Living Professional A crowded bookshop-cafe, a harried white female Cantabrigian of about forty, wearing hipster... girl still bent back in recoil, hand to forehead, and an atmospheric sense, more than visual evidence...
Dear debz, This is not a menopausal symptom per se, so the best bet to figure out if you have an allergy or an infection or other skin condition is to see your gynecologist to determine what this is and appropriate treatmen
?  Any possibility that these are mosquito or ant bites?  Are the red bumps where you shave?  Perhaps this is razor...
Sorry but I'm having a difficult picturing a red bump.  It might be an ingrown hair or it might be a sexually transmitted infection, especially if you're itchy.  Since you're worried, it's best to go see
to know what the white bump is. My suggestion to you would be to start with your general or family doctor...
White pimples anywhere on the body make me think of abscesses or pus-filled pockets.  This is common in areas w/lots of sweat & oil glands.  This is also common in hair bearing areas and a natural...
The list is pretty extensive depending upon presence or absence of pain, fever, sexual activity, etc.  Best to check in w/your doc.
Your symptoms could be caused by a wide variety of conditions, and it really isn't possible to say based on your description. I agree with Ann-Marie, if you want to know what the problem is, you should consult with your doct

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