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I have small bumps on my face time and again accompanied by itching and burning. I've seen a dermatologist who kept giving me steroid creams because there was no alternative measure for it to subside. Finally she asked me to see an allergist who suggested it was contact dermatitis and I had my allergy test. And he gave me oral vaccination. After 7 months also the red tiny pimples looking bumps still appear on my face. And the only way they heal is if I use mometasone furoate a topical steroid cream. I have using this for almost a year now. The bumps appear every two months should I do?

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