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Itchy Bites On Legs
Itchy bites on legs. red surrounding area, perfectly round pustule in the center. doesnt really hurt but is firm when i push on the red area. warm.
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I have red, itchy bites on my legs, ankles, and feet. They hurt and I'm not sure what bite me and now they are swollen. What should I do?
Skin reaction: Many patients can have a skin reaction after getting bitten. Mild swelling, redness and itchiness are somewhat initial normal responses. Occasionally, some patients will have worse reactions due to an allergic response. If you are concerned you should have an exam done with the correct diagnosis and treatment plan! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a small itchy bug bite on my leg that turned into a half dollar sized bruise. the bruise is still visible over 4 weeks later should I be concern?
Many possibilities: There are many types and causes of skin rashes. Several types of inflammatory conditions of the skin, allergic reactions, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections can cause rashes on the skin. Insect bites can also be the cause of a rash on the skin. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
From 2 days appeared me this spot on my leg, a little bit itchy. Image here: http://img856.Imageshack.Us/img856/1509/2h13.Jpg what can be? Thanks!
I have an extremely itchy, red bump on my leg. It seems like a bug bite because it has two small bite marks in it. It started 24 hours ago. ?
1 diameter red circle with white line, no itchy or no bite sign it appears on my upper leg, little pain when I press on it, like though skin?
Need more info: And would help to be able to see this. If you live in a area or engage in activities in which exposure to ticks occurs, would suggest you show this to a doctor and make sure it is not early sign of lyme disease. If it progresses, gets larger or more tender, definitely make a doctor's appointment asap. ...Read more