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Nurse said that I have negative for TB skin test, but.....
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azncamgurl posted:
I've been looking online for results of what a positive and a negative results look like and most of them said that it is positive when the skin is red and have a bump from 5mm to 15mm. I have that. The nurse said that it can just be a reaction. I still feel weird that it is a negative when I havethis bump in my arm. Here. This is what it looks like. Do you think that it is JUST a reaction? or there is something more to that?

By the way, I am only 16 years old. I took the skin test because I want to volunteer in the summer and they require me to take it.
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Gigglesbabysitting responded:
mine is irritated as well nt that big bt feels hard to the touch.. I get mine looked at today.. It did this last time bt didnt last this long and the last one was only like two weeks ago so im confused as well
 
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turtle7905 responded:
Mine is itchy and a little red, but they put a band-aid on it and I have reactions to the material used in band-aids.
 
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wtaylor08 responded:
I go get mine checked tomorrow mine looks something like dat red an swollen around it and i really itch i called the er and asked them wat they thinl she told me i might be having an reaction to it and to drink benidrel to stop the itching


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