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Swollen arm, pus oozing from bite marks, warm arms. What insect would cause this?

Hi, My name is Alan.I was playing golf last night and when i returned home my arm had swelled up and i had bite marks oozing puss from them.Today my arms are painfull and feel very warm and continue to weep from blisters.can you advise on what insect would cause this? And is it dangerous? Im in a lot of pain and my arms are throbbing.your help would be much appreciated
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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BED BUGS DUST MITES OR SCABIES
THESE ARE COMMON INBED SHEETS CAUSING THESE
NEED TO TAKE DOXYCYCLINE 100 MG BD FOR 2-3 WK TO COUNTER PUS AND SKIN INFECTION
APPLY ANTI INSEC BITE LOTION ON SKIN OVER WHOLE SKIN AT NIGHT
IN MORNING CALAMINE LOTION OVER AREA
AND CLINDAMYCIN GEL MIXED WITH MOMETASONE BD ON SKIN
DD ANTIALLERGIC EBASTINE 10MG ODOR BD ACCORDING TO ITCH
NEED TO TAKE 3 WK
RE USE CLOTHERS AND BED ,ATERIALS AFTER BOILING IN WATER
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