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Bug bites on breast and under arms, tiny black dot in centre, itchy

My daughter has developed two areas of what look like bug bites. One area on her breat has four distinct bites and the area under her arm looks more likes indivdual pustules that are all connected. The thing that they have in common is that each one of them have a tiny black dot in the center. She has had mild itchiness on the area on the breast and pretty much none onthe spot on her underarm .
Asked On : Sat, 2 Jun 2012
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Hi..dear nice..
Thanks for choosing HCM..,
Bite marks in number of sites with pustules .,
with tiny black dot in centre..,
could be ....PIEDRA DERMATITIS..,
It is insect bite ..,
1) Topical use Fusidic acid and gentamycin cream.,
on affeced part in the night times.,
2) Tab.Levocetrizine daily night times..,
3) Tab Ofloxacin 200 mg to combat the infection.,
4) Morning times use Caladryl lotion on affected part..,
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