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Rash on skin, develops scabs. Have skin tags. Earlier bitten by fly. Why is this happening?

I was bitten by a giantormous lol huge dark fly when I was visiting a friend living out in the country outside of the city,I saw a Dr. in the ER in Athabasca,AB he said I was bitten by a horse fly I don t think it was a horse fly,this fly was so big..he said I had an allergic reaction & infection from the bite gave me penicillin took the meds as it said and it went away,now this was in the year 2000..ever since then about every 6-7 months the almost exact bitten spot gets infected,bumps out exactly like when I was bitten it s like a bumpy rash that sometimes when scratched breas the skin open,this goes away in a few days & reappears again 6 months later sometimes are worst than other times but always the same kind of bumpy rash that scabs sometimes,and the spot fly where the fly bit I ve developed a skin tag,almost resembling a tiny nipple , why is this happening & for so many years now? Thank you!
Asked On : Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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Hi ! Here is what to do ! Apply calamine lotion, take anti allergy pill. Take antibiotic too for 3 days and relax.take care. Bye.
Answered: Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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