I woke up saturday (4/17/2010) with a itchy spot on my chest. Looked like a masquito bite. It is now 4/20/2010 and the bite is itchy. Looks like a sunburn. I believe this morning I noticed a red line about 3 inches long, looks like a sun burn as well...coming from the bite. What to do????
Report This| Share this:I have an insect bite with a red line trailing from itHi ShellieC524,<br /> <br />If you have an insect bite that you think may be infected please see your doctor for help.<br /> <br />Here is a WebMD article about bug bites to help you:<br /> <br /><a href="http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/insect-bites">Bug Bites: Overview</a> <br /> <br />and this <a href="http://www.webmd.com/allergies/slideshow-bad-bugs">WebMD slideshow about bugs and bug bites</a> .<br /> <br />- Annie
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