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Burning leg while taking bath, black dot. What is this?

Hi. My name is Allison about 3 months ago while taking a bath I started having this bad stinging burning feeling in the back of my leg now I have this werid skin problem that will not go away.
When I looked at my leg there was a black dot I pulled it off but. It left something behind I couldn't get it out my skin now today I can see it left a dark scar what is this
Asked On : Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Welcome to healthcare magic forum
Thank you for your query
i understand your concern regarding skin problem.
It look like you have hair root infection.
Initially you feel pain or burning over it.
color change from red to dark black or brown.
it is mostly attached with hair strand.
you can apply antibiotic cream over the affected area.
do not rub or press over skin on affected area
better to consult dermatologist for proper treatment.
peeling of skin will help you in reducing spot.
I hope I answered your query
Answered: Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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