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Has a bite, redness, puffiness, raised. What is it?

My fiance' has a bite on the bottom side of his arm. It is red and a lil puffy..And on the opposite side of the arm there is a long raised red spot. It itches real bad and the side where the bite is had a lil black spot in the middle. He just noticed it yesterday morning. What could it be and should he get it seen about?
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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welcome to healthcare magic forum
thank you for your query
it look like eczematous dermatitis or infection one
apply antibiotic cream for 4 days and mild steroid cream after 5 days
for itching anti histaminic medicine will help him
do not scratch or popped the lesion
better to consult dermatologist
it may be due to heredity ,trauma ,dry skin ,allergy .
applying good moisturizer over skin will help him
i hope i answered your query
Answered: Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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