The Appearance Of Red Spots That Disappear When The Skin Is Pressed Or Stretched?
I want to ask if there are red spots and if pressed or stretched skin is gone, if released it appears again why is that? I don’t have a fever and the spots on my hands are just not much
Thank you for the question.
The appearance of red spots that disappear when the skin is pressed or stretched is usually reasonable due to mosquito or other insect bites. Not infrequently, these spots will appear accompanied by itching, heat, bumps, or swelling.
In addition to mosquito or insect bites, it may also be that red spots on your hands appear for other reasons, such as skin infections, prickly heat, milia, allergic or irritant contact dermatitis, or sunburn. Various other factors, such as red nevus, skin tags, hemangiomas, thrombocytopenia, vascular disorders, and so on can also cause the appearance of red spots as you experience them. But usually, red spots due to this condition do not necessarily fade when pressed or stretched.
To be more objective, you can check the spot directly to the doctor or dermatologist. In this way, of course the doctor can also give you the best treatment, if necessary. For now, we recommend that you don't over-manipulate red spots that appear. Just keep yourself and your environment clean, avoid using tight clothing and heat, and also avoid yourself from mosquito or other insect bites (for example by using repellent).
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