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Flakes with bump and irritation on the site of ripped skin. What is the cause?

Hi one day i was in the car and my arm was itchy so i scratched it. I felt skin come off so when i look at my arm i had ripped off my skin. The thing is i barely scratched it. It is about the size of half your pinkys finger nail. I ve been putting neosporean on it and its healing . But today i went in the pool and it got a little flakey around it. Its a little pink around it to i guess form the irritation. And it has an unusual little bump next to it. what do you think it is???
Asked On : Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Water harbours so many infections- I think you have caught one and the awy it's speading is alarming.

I would advise-

Inj tetanus toxoid IM stat, you can omit it if you have taken one in past 5years for any reason.

Cream Fusidin/Fusiwal apply BD.

Tab. Augmentin 625mg 8Hourly for 5days.

Start before it's too late.
Answered: Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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