I have three small areas, each about a square inch. They look like a rash but up close you can see that they are made up of separate bumps with tiny little heads on each one.
The largest area is made up of nearly 50 small heads(blisters?) that share a solid square inch of rash. Two are on my right side near my kidney, and the third area appeared days later on my right abdomen. First couple of days the spots are itchy, but not too much. Days later they are now painful when touched. The slightest touch creates pain to my side. It feels as if there are a bunch of small cactus needles inside. In a hot shower, it itches like poison ivy.
Whatever this is, I picked it up in West Virgina while camping, or on the beach in South Carolina, about a week ago.
I have no insurance and everyone I talked to can't identify it so any advice or recommendations would be greatly appreciated!
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