Thanks for posting your query at DoctorSpring.com
I can understand your concern. I reviewed the picture.
However i have a few queries
1. By spots do you mean raised areas or just discolouration?
2. What's the shape of these lesions?
Could you post a few more pics of the spots? You mentioned 3 pictures, I can see only one on the dashboard.
Patient replied :
Yes, the red lesions are slighlty raised above the skin. After a week or two the red lesions dry out and become a faint discoloration (brownish) and are no longer raised. The shape is more of an oval than a circle. I re-attempted attaching the other pictures, one showing a lesion on my neck and the other showing one near my armpit. The one near my armpit has not been like the others, it is larger (1" in length") and is still present nearly after a month.
Thanks for posting your reply.
You seem to be having a condition called pityriasis rosea. Its a viral infection and it follows its own course before subsiding. It usually lasts for 6 to 8 weeks. It doesn't require any treatment unless there is itching.
You can apply calamine lotion over it to soothe it in case of itching.
I would recommend that you visit your dermatologist who can examine it thoroughly n then opine. Its not always to confirm the diagnosis by just seeing a picture. It many need examination.
Please let me know if you have any queries.