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JessJesse

731d

HELP! I have a quarter sized itchy raised and red area on my ankle, with a scab from itching on the side and a patch of lost skin I don’t remember losing or itching on either side. It started originally as a bunch of hives due to allergies or sweat, and now I have no clue what it is. Could it be a bug bite or something? I’ve been putting anti itch cream on it and it has not been working like it usually does. Another thought is that could I be allergic to the bandaids I used to cover where the scab is and it created a giant hive? Help I have no idea

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    • niceshyguy

      731d

      That definitely sounds like it, just how described it, it will go away but it will. Take a week or so and it will itch but the benadryl actually works pretty decent for me. That may help you some too.

    • niceshyguy

      731d

      That definitely sounds like it, just how described it, it will go away but it will. Take a week or so and it will itch but the benadryl actually works pretty decent for me. That may help you some too.

    • niceshyguy

      731d

      Sorry to hear that, it does sound almost like poison oak or ivy but if you have nt been around any otall grass or weeds it may not be. But anti itch creams or maybe benadryl cream may help no matter what it is. But please be careful

      • JessJesse

        731d

        @niceshyguy I may have been around poison oak or ivy actually

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