It has been approximately 31 hours since my second TB skin was has been administered.(My last TB skin test was administered over two weeks ago) I am presenting with raised reddened area approximately 20 millimeters in diameter. Now, I believe the first test was not done correctly because it never made a wheel and it went more into my muscle. It never had any type of reaction. Now could this first TB skin test(done incorrectly in muscle) cause a false positive in my second skin test? When can I take another skin test to show a negative or how long should I wait for a third skin test? Also, with my second skin test I did have my MMR on same day please account this in for the second question of when should I take the TB skin test the third time. Also, both skin test where performed in exact location on arm. Does anyone know anything bout this kind of stuff?
Last edit by Silverdragon102 on Nov 12, '12
: Reason: poll closed
Nov 10, '12
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