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Hi, I live in Louisiana where the mosquitoes are pretty

Hi, I live in Louisiana where the mosquitoes are pretty bad down here. I was cheering at a game last night and was bit by something which I figured was a mosquito. This bite was different from the ones I usually have. It's just really hard this time and it's still pretty big on my arm. My usual mosquito bites usually go away in less than a day and are soft to the touch. Please help, I don't know what's wrong. Thanks
Wed, 26 Sep 2018
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