their are all these bumps on my neck and they wont go away!
Question Posted Monday July 2 2012, 3:09 pm
14/f. for about two months i have had these very tiny bumps on my neck.its not eczema becasue i've had it before and i know what it looks like and even had it on my neck before and its like a reddish rash. this is differnt because it is tiny bumps. and i popped some of them to see what it was hoping maybe it was pimples or something but when i popped some just a very tiny tiny ball of skin i guess, because i didnt know what it was. there was no puss like in a pimple or anything. and their not blackheads. i even tryed using st. ives apricot scrub which helped me get rid of some pimples i had but on my neck it didn't help at all. after that i tryed to put on some pimple cream even though their not pimples but just to help but it didnt help. :( iv'e been eating the same foods i always have so i dont know. and my mom wont take me to the doctor because she says we have no health insurance anymore. and makeup doesnt help. what should i use or do??thnks
If I am correct and nothing say I am correct. It is something that will take medication and a doctors treatment to clear up. As a young teenager there are Federal Programs in place that will pay the costs for you to be seen and treated at your local hospital.
Whatever this rash/pimple is, if it is not being responsive to over the counter treatments then a doctors intervention is needed. The programs I speak of are strictly for children which even though you are a teenager/young adult. Under the law you are still a child. A family practitioner may not have access to these programs though your local hospital should.
theadvicegal answered Tuesday July 3 2012, 7:17 am: I have no idea what season it is where you live, but it could be heat bumps or a heat rash. Well you can get it without being summer as well.
Sometimes if it's too hot, or you're always warm you can get a heat rash. I'm not exactly sure, but you do sweat around the next area, espcially at the back. I wouldn't touch it or put anything else on it for a while. Leave it and see what happens so it doesn't get wrose hopefully.
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