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it could be a benign growth like dermatofibroma
if you have a photo, you could send it to me
I'm afraid that there's no photo. Just picture a mosquito bite.
ok, lots of things resemble a mosquito bite
What do you suggest?
as i said a dermatofibroma
u can have a look at the pics on the internet
let me know if it resembles either of it
the treatment for prurigo nodularis will be to apply clobetasol propionate cream once daily for 2 weeks
dermatofibroma needs to be surgically excised
I looked at pictures on the internet. The pictures may be of extreme cases, but the dermatofibroma examples all are red colored bumps and the bump that I have is the same color as the rest of my skin.
Doesn't prurigo nodularis itch? Mine doesn't itch.
yes they itch
dermatofibroma can be skin coloured as wel
keloids also are long standing bumps