Friday last week I noticed a pimple looking bumping my arm that itched. I was worried it might be the start of ringworm so I put some antifungal cream on it and forgot all about it. Sunday I woke up and when I got out if the shower I noticed the red splotch where the bump had been. It didn't itch anymore. It had a red dot in the middle. I put some more of the antifungal cream on it bc i still thought it might be ringworm. Everyday it will look better when I wake up and then when I get in the shower it turns bright red again. Today I noticed it has a white ring around it now. Any ideas of what it is? I'm wondering if it is a spider bite possibly.View Thread
This morning I got out of the shower and noticed this large red spot on the left side of my face. Its slightly raised and is about the size of a nickel. I'm kind of worried it might be ring worm but I've had ringworm before and it always started out as a small mosquito bite looking bump that itches really bad.I didnt notice anything there until today all of a sudden and it doesnt itch at all either. I put on some anit-fungal cream just in case. I really hope its not ringworm especially since its on my face. Could it be a bug bite or a allergic reaction to something?View Thread
I have a strange dent in lower thigh. I just noticed it a few weeks ago. It doesnt hurt at all. Its pretty noticable too. It is kind of big and deep and you can actually see it on my thigh. Sorry I cant give much more of a description. I have no idea why it is there and was just wondering if anyone would be able to give me some sort of explanation. I'm not really concerned about it. I just would like to know why its there. I do not think its the way I sit or anything. Its on the front right side of my right thigh so its not in a place that would be touched very often.View Thread
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