TERRIBLY SORRY FOR THE DOUBLE POST. THE FIRST ONE WAS INCOMPLETE.
About 2 weeks ago I noticed what I thought was a wart developing on my right wrist. It became very red and shiny, then a slight lump emerged, and now it's practically flat. It's now a pink-ish color. The skin on it is peeling. The size has remained the same. It's about as big as the end of an eraser on a pencil. It kind of looks like a ringworm, but it's extremely small and scabby. Also, there is a red rash about an inch above it. Should I wait it out and see if it changes, or go to the doctor now?
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