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Hole at the center of the area where bitten by something, painful to touch. What is it ?

A few weeks ago, I was bitten by something. I did not go to the doctor, but I have been keeping the area very clean, and I noticed a little hole off center of the bite. Reading online from poisonous spider bites, I have not had any illness what so ever. It is a little painful to the touch, but most of the time itching. What could this possibly be?
Asked On : Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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This may be a insect bite, but for sure it is not poisonous, because it it almost a week gone since you have this lesion, if it was a poisonous then it would have manifested in that way and this could have happened immediately after the bite but nothing such thing happened til mow, only possibilities are infection because of bite and second there must be some foreign body inside the lesion ( Part of fang), better go to see these, have nice day
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