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I have a group of tiny itchy blisters in the bottom of my forearm

i am 18 and i have a group of tiny itchy blisters in the bottom of my forearm. the group of blisters covers an area of abot a penny and is raised of about 1 mm. It began as thee pimples and then spread covering an area of about a penny. The group of blisters is about 10 cm from the wrist line and I believe it began because i was working in lands keeping digging out trees and probably got scratched or something along those lines. It is not poison Ivy because i've had it. It looks like a raspberry spread flat exept just a tiny bit smaller and they have clear liquid inside.

Asked On : Sun, 7 Nov 2010
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Thanks for query.
it seems that this is due to working in land digging out trees.
This may be due to allergy or some bacterial or something bite.
Take anti histamine and if infection is there go for antibiotic course.
Wash your hands with Dettol water and apply some moisturizing lotion.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Sat, 27 Aug 2011
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