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Weird mark spreading on hand, it went from small to large but from dark to light. Something fell at lab , burn, itchy, applied base. What do i do?

I dont know what to do. Weirldly a mark has spreading on my hand it went from small to large but from dark to light. It doesnt bother me but i got something on my hand in lab that caused a mild burn and itch but teacher put a base a set me under the water until the burn subsided. At 10 later that day I found a mark on me that looked like ink, but it got bigger and lighter. Im scared I dont want to go to the doctor.
Asked On : Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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It is better to discuss with your teacher for the exact liquid that caused you that burn in order to take the most appropriate following plan.

Next, it is necessary to discuss this burn with your dermatologist to avoid further spread and problems.

Nobody can really tell you what to do for that burn as it is chemically-induced and should use the right ointment correctly.

Hope it helped!
Answered: Sat, 31 Aug 2013
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