Cherry angiomas are small, pinhead-like lesions on your skin that appear most commonly on your torso, arms and legs of your body. Cherry angiomas are:
- About 2 millimeters (mm) to 4 mm in size.
- Light to dark red.
The direct cause of cherry angiomas is unknown. But research has identified several factors that can cause cherry angiomas to appear on your skin, including:
- Pregnancy (hormones).
- Genetic mutations.
- Chemical exposure (topical nitrogen mustard, bromides and butoxyethanol).
CHERRY ANGIOMA LOOK LIKE
- Bumps on the skin (1 mm – 5 mm in diameter).
- Light to dark red in color.
- Surrounded by a pale halo.
- Often appear in groups.
Cherry angiomas are asymptomatic and shouldn’t itch. If you notice your skin feels itchy near angiomas, be cautious not to scratch the area because you could irritate the angioma and cause it to bleed.
An itchy bump on your skin could be caused by several factors that aren’t related to the angioma, including:
- Dry skin.
- Chickenpox or shingles.
Homoeopathy today is a rapidly growing system and is being practiced all over the world. It strength lies in its evident effectiveness as it takes a holistic approach towards the sick individual through promotion of inner balance at mental, emotional, spiritual and physical levels. When is concerned there are many effective medicines available in Homoeopathy , but the selection depends upon the individuality of the patient , considering mental and physical symptoms
Few homoeopathic medicine can be thought of in the treatment of cherry angioma are:
Abrotanum, lycopodium, sulphur,.