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oaklandwego

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oaklandwego

http://s225.photobucket.com/albums/dd319/bighomey99/?action=view&current=toe.jpg

there's the picture....

I have been tested for herpes, and it just came back negative. I have done every test i think except for syphilis....i have done aids. herpes. pee in the cup for i forget what..

also my arms break out and scratch. little red dots , red sensitive skin, and itchy. the symptom is identicle to herpes or shingles.

The picture is of my toe breaking out with weird fluid filled bumps, they are different shaped and all together.. on the picture u can see one with the flash. I had these for a while. i have seen my hands break out with these fluid filled bumps before. i have hpv genital warts and i also see what i took a pic of. they dont look like warts. my warts dont have fluid in them. and these do. if u can help me out and give your input , i would greatly apreciate it.

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oaklandwego

hmm

the only thing i can thinkk of is shingles. itchy, then fluid filled bumps.

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TinyCHILD

Yeah to me it doens't look like HSV1 but also take account that im not a professional.

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elduderino

I know nothing of herpes but have you thought simple.... like poison ivy or something to that degree? Considering it's on your body.

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regret

does your toe rub up against your other toes? it could be from friction also if your shoes are too tight? its hard to say

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