it kinda looks like ringworm if not it may be a irratation to maybe a new product your using ? go to the doctor and they will give it a proper diagnoses
While I guess I couldn't rule out ringworm...the symptoms don't seem to match. It's only been itchy right after taking B6, right now I can touch it and it doesn't itch. Also, doesn't have that discernible "ring" pattern in any form that I see of.
This is a current (and much better) picture of it as of today: http://i111.photobucket.com/albums/n123/ChilinMichael/IMAG0115.jpg
I would agree with you. It definitely does not look like ringworm. Even though you said that you had pants on, could you possibly have brushed up against any poison ivy/poison oak/or sumac? The "juices" from the plant can get on your clothing, and once it comes into contact with your skin, it can cause the rash. It looks a lot like a rash from one of those plants. However, given your feeling that it is linked to the B6, it could be an allergic reaction, but I would think that would have gone away by now. Have you tried Benadryl?
No I haven't tried benadryl. Funny, it seems to have concentrated itself in a smaller area if anything...unless it starts spreading to other areas or seriously looking worse I am going to keep a close eye and let it run its course. Money is tight for a doctor/dermatologist. As a precaution, took a baking soda/borax/epsom salt bath today.
I understand completely...this week, I'm certain my kids had strep. All the symptoms, fever, white pockets on the tonsils, etc. I begged my pediatrician to call in the med so I wouldn't have a doc bill. Just keep an eye on it. Really, if it bothers you (itching) you can try an oatmeal bath, and good ol' Calomine lotion. I think you're good to go.
I can't see the second photo, but if I were you, I'd get to the doctor right away to have it biopsied. Lyme Disease rashes don't always have a clearing in the middle. Sometimes they are uneven and even slightly bumpy. You DO NOT want disseminated Lyme Disease. It's a nightmare and some people don't recover.
Ticks, especially the little nymphs, get onto our shoes, and then crawl up the leg as far as they can. And Virginia does have Lyme Disease.