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Hi I think a trip to your ER would be a good idea, it needs looking at and into, you don't want to end with a penis that does not work or bent...
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I am sorry, but without the ability to see these "pink dots" first hand during a medical examination, it would not be possible to make an...
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try putting a mix of water and baking soda (you want the mix just slightly wet) on it. If it becomes red, hot, and/or a red streak from it or it...
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Hi Yes a dermatologist will be best now, hope it helps you and your problem.Good Luck
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It sounds like it. You should go to the ER
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sounds like spider bite.if no improvement in 4 days see doctor.
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May be gout, if it is near the joint(?)
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i would get it looked at, i had the same thing and had been in the same type area and i got bit by a brown recluse,,had to take antibiotics if left...
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Since there is only one spot.  And it sounds like it is infected since there is puss coming from it. It does sound like a spider bite. ...
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It depends on what kind of spider bit you. I have had this happen with both black widow and brown recluse bites. I would check with my regular doctor...
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Most insect bites produce only minor irritation, with symptoms such as:Swelling at the site of the bite. Itching or burning. Local numbness or...
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I would watch the bites because spider bites can cause serious skin infections, which usually require antibiotics. Check the area where you sleep...
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This is a good question because you really have to watch spider bites. You will want to look for redness, tenderness, warmth, and pain around the...
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The black widow spider produces a protein venom that affects the victim's nervous system. Some people are slightly affected by the venom, but others...
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Brown recluse spider bites often go unnoticed at first because they are usually painless bites. Initially, the bite site is mildly red, and you may...
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