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  • Posted By: whitewingz
  • October 19, 2009
  • 03:53 AM

Hi,

Does anyone knows the name to this skin blister/condition?

It's like a twin blister/pimple that grows in a row on the body
They grow side by side with each another and forms a row encircling the body).

It is painful and itchy.

It causes a fever as well.

It gets tested positive for Herpes, but it is not. Can anyone spare me an insight on this?

Thks!

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  • Hmm.. no one has any idea what this is? It's kinda rumored that if it forms a circle around the victim's body, the person will die. :eek:Kinda worried though, can anyone help on this?P.S: It's not for any homework, this is for real.
    whitewingz 3 Replies
    • October 19, 2009
    • 07:03 AM
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  • Well, this is no homework question for sure.Seems like no one knows, or I'm being vague. Maybe this will help;It's rumored that if this trail of twin blister/sore/lesion/pimple actually forms a complete circle around the victim's body, the person dies. It can be found on the upper/lower torso and legs from what I know. Called something like "Snake bond" in chinese.:confused: Anyone?
    whitewingz 3 Replies
    • October 19, 2009
    • 07:34 AM
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  • Hi, Does anyone knows the name to this skin blister/condition? It's like a twin blister/pimple that grows in a row on the body They grow side by side with each another and forms a row encircling the body). It is painful and itchy. It causes a fever as well. It gets tested positive for Herpes, but it is not. Can anyone spare me an insight on this? Could be shingles, a non doctored guess thoughbest wishes
    chrismia 159 Replies
    • October 19, 2009
    • 00:35 PM
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  • Could be shingles, a non doctored guess thoughbest wishesWell, thks for the best wishes.. I did contemplated Shingles before.. but correct me if I'm wrong.. those are multiple blisters on the skin.. It's kinda different from this problem at hand. It's so worrying... :(
    whitewingz 3 Replies
    • October 19, 2009
    • 01:24 PM
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