I have a black rash type of thing on my leg and it formed over night
Alright, well yesterday I was picking red rasberries (as many people do this time of year) in my field here at home. As I was leaving the field in the car. I noticed a small area on my leg that was a very small bit raised from the surface, and was the color of a very light or a lilac color of purple. So, I got home and went in the bathroom, put my leg over the tub, and poured rubbing alcohol all over the light purple area. Then later that night (about 4 hours later..) the color of it seemed to get darker. So I applied so Ivarest and went to bed. I woke up this morning to see that it had turned completely pitch black. I cannot tell what this is for I have never had this before. It does not itch or bother me at all. I don't know if I had went through some kind of poisonous plant or got bitten by some kind of insect. I would realy appreciate it if you could help. ( Because I am a little concerned!:-( )
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