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Recurring quarter sized spot on the left palm, get pain before its appearance, pains on touching and is not itchy. Lupus?

I have 1 Quarter sized, dark red spot on my left Palm, about a 1/4 inch above the wrist and on the side that would be under the pinky. it comes back every 2 months it seems, same spot, I feel the pain about 24 hrs before it even appears. It feels sorta like a bruise , hurts to touch it, and it is not itchy, is Not raised, But No one has any clue why it is there and why it keeps coming back every 2 months. PLEASE HELP! I do have a Lupus TYPE auto immune and was born with tetrology of fallot, but I was told that Lupus spots do not hurt.
Asked On : Sat, 28 Apr 2012
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hai , may be the lesion you describe could be cutanous vasculitis which can be tender to touch i would advice next time you better try to get a biopsy out of it . Is your tetrallogy of fallot corrected when was your recent Echocardiography done you might well have to rule out infective endocarditis too.
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