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By leopard - / Friday 1 June 2018 19:00 /
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  ChibiChibi_fml  |  22

Unless the problem is less of a "problem" and more of, oh, say a birth mark. I have a relative who just under their hair, at the top of their neck, has a kind of strawberry marking that doctors said is nothing, just a natural marking on the skin. If the OP has not actually noticed a problem, has not felt any kind of rash or pain on that area which apparently could have been there for years, it is entirely possible that the "large and angry-looking skin problem" is simply that they have naturally red, bumpy skin there or something similar but not harmful.

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  ChibiChibi_fml  |  22

That's assuming it is a rash which is unlikely if the OP has probably had it for years. It could be something like a port wine stain which is generally considered a skin problem because it is red skin discoloration but is not curable in the way a rash would be.

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  ChibiChibi_fml  |  22

Because the skin problem may not be something that could be fixed easily. Port wine stains, for example, can maybe be fixed but the process is not simple and could cost an insane amount.

By  Agent JPN  |  7

Ummm, maybe a good time to see a doctor and/or dermatologist to *Treat* the problem instead of just covering it up.. like alcoholism... or maybe sex addiction... I don't know your life story.

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