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Itching in arms, legs, stomach. Prescribed medicines. Pussy blisters on hands. Raised lumps on penis. Cause?

Hi I am 26 years old and have had a terrible itch mainly arms legs and now my stomach I have been to dermatologists a d they say it is just a change in wether and prescribed hydrocortisone cream and moisturiser along with anti histamenes! But over the last 3 days my hands have been itchy to the point of little pussing blisters which are quite painful! To add to this I noticed yesterday my penis shaft and balls have what look like red/purple raised lumps with black interior very very itchy one of them has burst and pusses on the shaft where the penis meets the scrotum I squeezed it much to my pain and it has left a crater not bleeding I may add! This is the only one to burst the rest are just itchy and annoying and don t look very pleasant!! Somebody mention scabies! Please help me I can t itch anymore and my penis is not healthy.
Asked On : Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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Hye! As per your complains, it seems thst you must be having infected scabies. First of all secondary infection should be treated. Take cephalaxine cap 500 mg thrice a day , along with anti inflammatory drugs for atleast one week. Take ivermectol 12 mg once aweek for four weeks. To prevent itching, take anti histaminic drug .. Like levocetirizine. Improve hygine.. Apply sisomycine cream on lesion till infection is cleared. Then apply permethrin cream , neck to toe at night , once a week for four weeks. I think you will be cured. If anybody is having same disease in family , he/ she should be treated. Take dettol bath daily. Wash the cloths in hot water. Still you do not get result , consult nearby dermatologist for revision of diagnosis and Treatment.... Go for blood testing to rule out DM , HIV or other disease. Best wishes.
Answered: Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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