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What is up with my legs?! Help!!

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  • Posted By: ODDstuff.happens2me
  • September 30, 2009
  • 04:58 AM

Okay, here's the story:
This summer i had 3 bumps from my inner thy removed. They were a whitish pinkish color and SMALLER than a dime size. I forgot exactly what they were called, but they belonged to the wart family, and it is mostly just kids who get them from being dirty. The doctor believed I got them from all the babysitting I do since im 17. She burned them off by freezing them. However, days after, due to the open wound, I got a staff infection?! So i took medicine for that, and the staff infection never had to get drained since i caught it so early. I admitt I didnt take that medicine every twelve hours as i was supposed to. It was more like every 24 hours or more. But the Staff infection DID go away, and I finished taking all the medicine. What looks like a bad scar was left behind where the wart-like bumps were. However, now, weeks after, I have 7 red bumps on my legs. They do not look like the original three bumps i had removed before, but they are similar. Could it have spread even though I had them removed? These new bumps are smaller and red and spread out amongst my legs, similar to ant bites but without the white part. Is it just a rash? Am i over reacting? I do not want to spend any more money at the doctor if it is something minor i can fix myself. I do go tanning in tanning beds, but i have never had a rash before. However I started using a new tanning lotion. But I put that all over, so wouldnt the rash be all over? I need HELP! I do not know if anyone can help me. But if you have any ideas let me know. Or any questions that could lead to what the heck is wrong with me that would be great! thank you!!:)

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