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Spreading sore from tick bite. Itching, scabbing and becoming raw again

i have a sore from a tick/mosquito combination that turn into like aroot spreading taking about 2 inches of the left arm . it look like it started to heal had it for a year. then got bite again in same spot first by a mosquito it slowly healed and i got bit by a sea tick now its been two years the sore looks like its about to heal then it itches like crazy when i peel the thick scab off it feel good but it raw all over again. i try to use coco butter so it wouldnot feel to dry and hurt. but the coco butter just irritated that spot and it swell abit i stop using the coco butter. and im also allergic to iodine .
Asked On : Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hi spreading sore to tick bite .itching and spreading can be cured by atarax 25 mg at night.a broad spectrum antibiotic twice daily and use of t bact ointment twice daily .a anti inflammatory agent like combiflame twice daily.if no response see for tick stings embedded into the spot.if so remove them with forceps
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