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    Look at the photo below in the link, i gota 3 on my back to and had 1 on my leg which has since gone but they all look the same as this one and all quite itchy

    Wasn't sure if its a ant bite or a bed bug bite?

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    insufficient data
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    oh god its a botfly larva
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    looks like a chicken pox scar - so..... i conclude that you were bitten by a chicken
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    I read the title as "what sort of love bite is this?" :facepalm:
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    (Original post by Jelephant)
    I read the title as "what sort of love bite is this?" :facepalm:
    I think that would of created more interest lol
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    Looks a bit like a nipple.
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    it looks like a nipple :P
    and I also read what sort of love bite is this? lol

    Anyway it seems like a insect bite
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    (Original post by PJ991)
    Looks a bit like a nipple.
    This.
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    It's a love bite from a great white shark, Your in thier mate.
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    mosquito horrible =[
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    Could be a number of things: ants, fleas or mosquitos. It doesn't look too dangerous, and I'd probably go with mosquitoes or ants, given the raised bump, its size, lack of significant colouration, and the time of year. Don't worry about it now, but get it looked at if it starts getting any worse or doesn't go away.

    - Hope that helps :cool:,

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    (Original post by domlague)
    Could be a number of things: ants, fleas or mosquitos. It doesn't look too dangerous, and I'd probably go with mosquitoes or ants, given the raised bump, its size, lack of significant colouration, and the time of year. Don't worry about it now, but get it looked at if it starts getting any worse or doesn't go away.

    - Hope that helps :cool:,

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    Thank you, i got another 1 show up to since dunno where they come from how long does it usually take for bites to show up?

    Anyway the redness has gone down on the bite in the photo given since i put cream on it *as the photo will show lol* so cant be to bad

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