I have heart disease diabetes and hypertension and I have bird mites I am trying home remedies but still infested do I need to see a doctor?

Skin lesion. Not sure from your question what kind of lesion you have. Is it really bird mite infestation?. If some thing not getting better with your home remedies needs preofessional help.

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