Maybe This Isn't Even A Bite Then?
Many of what people self diagnose, and even some doctors misdiagnose, as bites and stings from insects, spiders or bed bugs can often turn out to be the result of a medical conditions that produce a rash of some sort and won't involve being bitten at all. Medical complaints such as Shingles (Herpes Zoster) a relative of Chicken Pox, Chicken Pox itself and Hives, for example, can all be misdiagnosed as the result of having been bitten by some tiny creature or another. Allergic reactions will also produce symptoms that can be wrongly attributed to bites or stings.
So Who Would Be Able To Tell Me What It Is?
However because of the potential severity of bed bug bites, spider bites, and insect stings and bites, any marks of this nature should be examined by a medical professional and if diagnosed as such, then a second opinion should be sought, ideally from somebody specialising in the field of bites and stings.