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Hi, i get paper cut like rashes on my inner thigh, lower leg and sometimes on arms. The rashes are like very thin straight line slit cuts either horizontal or vertical . It also burns in water. burning stops after crusting. There is no blister . Could it be because of herpes? It had happened with me quite a few times.Please advise.
i know i have cold sore (hsv1) . And i get ob's sometimes. I want to check if the straight very thin slits (like nerve) on legs/hands is associated with herpes. These cuts first looks as if cut by a sharp blade . It burns in begining and then heals after crusting. What could be the other possible cause of it. Any tests which i should take ?
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