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Have spot on skin between thigh and pelvic bone. Had Pneumonia. Remedy?

I have a new spot on my skin where my thigh and pelvic bone connect. It s about the size of a quarter and its light. It s not raised nor is it itchy. It s lighter than a freckle . It s not a perfect circle but pretty close to being one. Should I be worried about this? I am a female, 24 years old, living abroad and recently had pneumonia and am still recovering from the breathing problems. In addition, I recently have had a congested nose , bright red spots in the back upper part of my throat and have had a strong cough. i m sure the cold isn t connected to anything but maybe the pneumonia but figured I d mention both anyway.
Asked On : Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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Hi welcome to Health care magic forum. The spot you have mentioned is not a major problem, cause could be anaemia, fungal infection, but never concerned with pneumonia or present u.r.t.i,
you can neglect it , but if you are particular about it you can consult a dermatologist, for diagnosis and treatment.
You should consult a physician for the present, upper respiratory infection, as it may leed to pneumonia like lower respiratory tract infection.
Wishing for a quick recovery and thanks for calling.
Answered: Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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