The best way to determine what this rash is and get some relief is to have your doctor or a dermatologist take a look at it. This slideshow of common adult skin problems has some photos that you can compare to what you are experiencing -- it might help you narrow down if it's eczema or something else. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
I would start with your general practitioner. He/She may be able to take a look at your nails and determine what is going on, or he/she could give you a referral to another doctor who could help. You might find it helpful to compare your nails to those in this slideshow to see if one is similar and may be something to bring up with your doctor.View Thread
How are you feeling today? Are the bites looking any better? Did you end up seeing a doctor? This slideshow has photos of different bugs and what their bites look like that you might be able to compare to yours. If the bites are getting any better or look worrisome, it may be a good idea to have your doctor take a look. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
"It is usually not a cause for concern and will clear up in 2 to 3 weeks. Subconjunctival hemorrhage is usually not a serious problem if your vision is normal, there is no eye pain, and the bleeding does not cover a large portion of the white of the eye and does not spread into the colored part of the eye (iris)." You can read more about what you should do if you have pain or if the bleeding is covering a large portion of your eye or your iris here . Hope you are feeling better!View Thread
I think that the best thing to do would be to bring this to your doctor for evaluation. He/She may have some idea of what it is and how it got under your skin. Please let us know what you find!View Thread
Have you had it looked at by a doctor or a dermatologist? I think that would be the best thing to do since you have been dealing with this for over a year now. He/She will best be able to diagnose what it is and offer the proper treatment after an exam. Have you tried any kind of home treatment?View Thread
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