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Red points on the body - who and for what "marks" us?

Moles are not moles, and pigment spots alsonot alike. Just the red dots on the body are small, not striking. Do not hurt, do not itch, do not itch. Therefore, most of them do not even pay attention to, unless such a mark appeared on a very prominent place and did not violate aesthetics. Unlike the same birthmarks, which many people follow quite jealously and suspiciously. Only occasionally, when studying your body in the shower or looking at yourself in the mirror, someone and will reflect, looking at the red dots on the body - what is it generally, where did it come from and can it be threatened?

Let's start with the fact that such a "krap" can arisedue to the expansion of the capillaries from some physical effect on the skin. A typical example is an unsuccessful shaving of the legs, hands, or any part of the body. Low-quality machine, neglect of skin-softening agents, as a result - irritation.

Small red dots on the body can be andan allergic reaction to some products or substances. Determine the cause in this case is not easy, but pay attention to food is still worth it. Perhaps, by experience, it will be possible to "calculate" the allergen.

Quite often red dots on the body cansignal about violations and failures in the body, diseases of internal organs. It can be and problems with the liver, and violations of the pancreas, and diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. It's pointless to try to diagnose yourself, but if you undergo a test, make a biochemical blood test, you can find a problem that was not even suspected until you received a "point" signal.

Red points on the body can be vascularaneurysms protruding on the skin of the chest, abdomen or back in case of problems with the pancreas. They can pour out and multiply at the time of exacerbation of chronic pancreatitis and "hide" when the disease recedes. Therefore, physicians are advised to observe such points, to know their location and quantity, so that in case of manifestation of activity, they should provide the treating physician with the most complete clinical picture.

Perhaps you have heard such a notion,as "vascular asterisks" - this is how the people call the red dots formed as a result of the expansion of capillaries or vessels due to hormonal failure, especially in women giving birth. Most often they are localized on the face, and therefore cause discontent. Avoid their appearance can be with a balanced diet with the mandatory inclusion in the diet of any product containing vitamins C, K, P. The first strengthens the weakening capillaries, the second reduces their permeability, and the third reduces the fragility. If the "stars" have already spoiled the face, it remains to resort to one of the methods of their removal - laser therapy, electrocoagulation, sclerotherapy or ozone therapy.

Another common option is angiomas.These are benign tumors of unknown origin. And although they are even classified into three types - capillary, tricky and branched - by and large, they have not been studied properly. Nobody seriously studies angiomas, as the main medicine has already established: they are completely safe, do not carry danger and do not foresee troubles on the part of any organs. They arise spontaneously on any part of the body and can disappear on their own. Often appear in people who "exchanged" the fourth decade, look like flat formations, can very slightly rise above the level of the skin. Such red dots on the body are really absolutely harmless, except that, appearing on the face, they can slightly spoil the appearance. They can be reduced if necessary by X-rays or by surgical excision, but it is necessary to undergo a test beforehand to be completely sure that this is an inoffensive angioma, and not a marker of some disease.