About 6 weeks ago I noticed a brownish red line on the right leg, on the side of my knee cap...it appeared about 1/2" long, a few days later a parallel line began to grow, it's grown into a 1 1/2" check mark, it looks just like one, now the original line has gotten a line spreading off
of it and is spreading up my knee cap. It has different off shoots, all of the wiggly lines are appx 1/8" wide. No pain, no itching, NOTHING. But it looks pretty unsightly and the fact that after 6 weeks it's spreading and they are no
getting any lighter, concerns me. Here is a pic of it. Deb
Hi, I just returned from vacation; on the 4th day of vacation, a squiggly line appeared on my right leg, just inside my knee, followed by another line on same leg, and one on my left thigh. Any diagnosis yet?
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