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Sensitive area on the chest followed by rubbery feeling, sore scab oozing pus. Any ideas?

i felt a strange sensation on a small area of my chest last night and it was very sensitive to hot water when i showered. This morning I ve woken up with that area which had like a rubbery feeling to touch compared to the normal smooth had converted into a sore scab oozing a little puss in the middle. Please can you give me any idea what this could be. Thanks
Asked On : Thu, 29 Nov 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response

It seems that you might have developed insect toxic dermatitis.

There is wheal ,erythema ,oozing and irritation and burnig.

All these ,suggest dermatitis caused by insect bite ...

Take a short course of antibiotics.

Take antihistaminics with steroids in tappering dose.

Apply antibiotic cream.

Do not scratch the lesion.

Within few days the lesion might be dried and healed after treatment.

You may consult dermatologist.

This much would be helpful to you.


Dr. Ilyas Patel Md
Answered: Tue, 13 Aug 2013
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