Symptoms Of Skin Disorders
Skin conditions have a wide range of symptoms. Symptoms that appear because of common problems (like blisters from new shoes or chafing from tight pants) are not often signs of a skin disease or disorder.
Skin problems that have no immediately identifiable cause may be a sign of an actual skin condition requiring treatment.
The following symptoms are signs of a skin disorder:
- raised bumps that are red or white in color
- a rash, with or without pain or itch
- scaly or rough skin
- chafing and peeling skin
- open sores or lesions
- dry, cracked skin
- discolored patches of skin
- fleshy bumps, nodules, warts, or other skin growths
- changes in mole color or size
- loss of skin pigment
- excessive flushing with or without stimulus