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    An_247994 posted:
    I looked for everywhere about this problem. Even on Yahoo answers..
    Tuesday I got these bumps on my wrist. At first they were sore and hurt to touch then the next couple of days they began to itch. Today they spread to my left arm, elbow and even legs. The ones on my wrist are swallow and they have a center in the middle like a bug bite. But I wasn't bit by fleas, bed bugs or anything. I don't have bed bugs, don't have fleas or I rarely go outside. I'm not sure what it is. But its itching like crazy...and I itched and it got a lot worse.
    Any ideas?

    Im 18 years old female. I don't know what I'm allergic too.


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