About 2 weeks ago I had a rash that I thought was a cluster of 3 mosquito bites forming a triangle. A few days later I had a sore throat/ headcold. I have been better for about a week when yesterday I noticed another cluster on the same shoulder, so it must be a rash. Again, it looks like 3 round spots forming a triangle and it itches. The whole thing is smaller than a dime. Not sure if I need a doctor, dermatologist or if it should go away on its own.
This may be insect bites .Have you checked your linens, beddings and cabinets for any mites or bugs which could have caused this?
The first time this occured, did the rash resolve spontaneously? You may apply some antimicrobial cream on the area just to see if this will help hasten resolution. If headaches, fever and pain occur, then I suggest that you seek prompt consult with your physician.
Is the rash itchy?
Is there pain?
Is there any warmth or redness in the area near the spots?
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