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    Flesh colored bumps
    An_240870 posted:
    About 2 days ago I noticed what felt like a cluster of small bumps under my chin. I assumed it was acne because I currently and in the past have had problems with acne. The bumps are not itchy and they are flesh colored. The next day I realized it had spread down toward my neck, on and around my chin,jawline and on the right side of my face between my nose and cheek. The best way I can describe the bumps is that they kind of feel like goose bumps and the only way I can see them in the mirror is if I look close enough with the right lighting. My mom thought I might be having some sort of allergic reaction or could be some sort of rash. I'd appreciate if some hear can help me figure out what this is.
    museum responded:
    I'm curious if you ever found out what the bumps were. I woke up with tons of these all over my face and now, two days later, they have spread to my neck and behind my ears. They don't itch (except right at the corners of my eyes) and are flesh-colored. You really can only see them in bad or very bright lighting. Did you figure out what they were? Did they go away? If so, did you do anything to make them go away? Any help would be much appreciated!

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