Hello- I know I'm 2+ years after your posting this, but I have a rare skin disease called Lymphomatoid Papulosis. I have had it for almost twenty years, but was misdiagnosed for 9 years. Finally I demanded my derm do a biopsy and it came back as LyP (abbrev). They say 1-2 people in a million have it, but I think people are just getting misdiagnosed. I have learned what my triggers are and can say right now I am in remission. I would have red bumps or papules on my stomach, abdomen and back. Occasionally a few would pop up on my arms or legs. They were SOOOOO itchy! I would scratch where they would bleed a bit, scab over and leave a tiny scar. When I was finally diagnosed with it- they knew so little about it- there were no "types". Now, after a lot of research, I believe I am type A. There is a facebook page for it if anyone thinks they may have it. Before my definitive diagnosis, I was told I had dermatitis, allergy to Bounce fabric softeners, Folliculitis. I know my triggers- Stress is the biggest. I wear cotton clothes only- nylon, poly, silk, rayon- forget it! A jacuzzi tub with the jets of water spraying directly on my back- outbreak. My last back massage- felt great, but as I was getting it I could feel the bumps begin to erupt on my stomach- sure enough there they were afterwards! So- I attribute that to either the oil she was using – but I think it was the direct constant friction of skin to skin contact. When I have outbreaks I use Clobetasol foam (the cream is like ointment-very greasy). Some people have other types (B-F) and have it much worse than I do. They say people with LyP have a 20% greater chance of developing Lymphoma. For now- I am good, and no outbreaks! Good luck to all!