the other day i noticed on my moms forearm what looked like bug bits, called in nurse she confirmed it looked like bug bites too and they would have don look and call dr. so, next day i look the bites are geting redder and i asked nurse if dr was notified and she said yes he said to wait and see what heppens. today i look and bites look a lot better, but then in my usual body check i find more bites on her sides and back and yeast under one breast. called nurse she checked everything we go to nurses station, she sees that dr was notified, but not of yeast infection , they call to tell him about that and the "rash" my mom has, i said whoa, wait a minute, its not a rash, its some kind of bug bite even two nurses agree it looks like bug bites, hell a blind man can tell its bug bites, it has little bite holes on the spots and i want it documented as bug bites, not rash so if things get infected dr will know exactly what you are talking about. they said they will never refer to it as bug bites, always as rash, i told them i will always refer to it as bug bites, never rash and i can call dr just as fast as they can. and you all know i marched my butt back down to mothes room and took pictures too!
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