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I was walking in the woods when something bit my

I was walking in the woods when something bit my leg. It felt like a needle stab in a muscle. It still hurts and feels like a badly bruised muscle. It swelled, turned red and formed a west. There was no blood. The welt eventually went away but it still hurts 5 hours later. It’s a little warm to touch but I see no redness or swelling.
Thu, 27 Sep 2018
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