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What would these spots be?

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What would these spots be?
Submitted: 8 months ago.Category: Oncology
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Oncologist: tazechip, Other replied 8 months ago
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Hello I'm Dr Chip

How long have you had them and have you tried anything for them?

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Customer reply replied 8 months ago
I have noticed them for a couple of months, I am also 26 weeks pregnant.
Oncologist: tazechip, Other replied 8 months ago

OK

This is keratosis pilaris--a kind of dry skin/eczema situation

Nothing at all serious and you can use Eucerin lotion three times a day for it

That should clear it up in about two weeks

Please let me know if you need any more information

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Customer reply replied 8 months ago
They are like skin colored/light brown spots. They arnt raised or anything
Oncologist: tazechip, Other replied 8 months ago

Still that's how this presents many times--absolutely nothing serious

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Customer reply replied 8 months ago
I guess my main concern was this turning into orange peel looming skin
Oncologist: tazechip, Other replied 8 months ago

No, it won't do that--just use the Eucerin and it'll be gone soon

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Customer reply replied 8 months ago
It only really shows what I lift my arm is that normal?
Oncologist: tazechip, Other replied 8 months ago

Very typical for keratosis pilaris

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Customer reply replied 8 months ago
I have looked at pictures and they look nothing like mine. Mine are flat spots. Is there anything else they could be? P
Oncologist: tazechip, Other replied 8 months ago

Well I can only go by your photos but the other possibility would be areas of hyperpigmentation and still that has no trigger and isn't serious

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Customer reply replied 8 months ago
The part next to my armpit and under my armpit but not in my armpit. I guess I am just concerned about it being a sign of breast cancer
Oncologist: tazechip, Other replied 8 months ago

That's exactly the same thing and none of this is in any way a sign of breast cancer

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Customer reply replied 8 months ago
Oh it just looks different to me!
Oncologist: tazechip, Other replied 8 months ago

No--same thing

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