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Blister Comes a Day Later

That's Going to Leave a Mark


Updated February 01, 2010

Blister Comes a Day Later
(c) Sarah
The pain woke the reader in the middle of the night and developed into a bullseye pattern by morning. At the end of the day it's a blister. The reader says it will go on to pop and leave her with a scar three years later.

She describes the scar as a "crater."

There's no way to identify what, if anything, bit her. She says there was never any major complications: no headaches or dizziness. The reader believes she may have acquired a bug or a spider bite from a pile of scrap wood chips she was shoveling the day before the bite showed up.

Any opinions expressed here are for educational purposes only and are not intended for diagnosis.

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