No blood work was done and no culture tests and I am not diabetic.
Hello Mari-Ann,The culture tests are the key to diagnose the issue. A bacterial culture, culture for mycobacterium and a fungal culture are necessary for the diagnosis. The culture test also gives the right therapeutic protocol, which will be able to treat the issue. You need to consult an infectious disease specialist. The mosquito bite may or may not be related, which occasionally cause viral infection or autoimmune disease (which is responsible for the blisters). A blood work for the autoimmune panel is also advised for the diagnostic clues.Please feel free for your follow up questions.
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I believe you misread mesquite thorns (tree) for mosquito. My question is - is there any antidote for mesquite poisoning?
Thank you Doctor. Women get tired of doctors telling them it's all in their head and they really don't believe us when we try to explain what happened. I am well satisfied with your answer. Now I know I'm not crazy and I know what to do to heal my entire body.
Thanking you again I remain.
You are very welcome, Mari-Ann Alston.It is privilege assisting you.Please feel free for your follow up queries.