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Pimples in elbow. Is it herpes? Is it hereditary?

i am 12 years old and have pimples in the elbow , my mom told me it could be herpes but if im correct it is a sexual disease so i dont know if my dad once had and passed to me in dna or it isnt herpes
Asked On : Tue, 13 Mar 2012
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Thanks for choosing HCM.., is viral disease...,

it has dermatomal pattern grouped lesions..ok,

So it is not Herpes...,

Pimple type lesions on it associated with itch..,

not mentioned...,could be ATOPIC DERMATITIS...,

simple one....ok.,

Sexual disease(STD)in your age is very rare...,

and also lesions are not confined to elbow area...,

So ther is no chance of STD...,

First of all...think about common problems..ok.,

Don't think about abnormalties and uncommon problems...,

consult good dermatologist...,

He can direct U correctly...ok..,

Answered: Tue, 13 Mar 2012
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