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Persistent itchy skin, have black spots on skin on applying moisturizer. Taken antihistamines, used dermal creams. Effective cure?

Ok here goes, firstly I was felt itching in my scalp and eyebrows. I aplied anti head lice remedies but did not work. The itching spread to my entire body, while it deminished on my scalp face and ebrows it reduced to more of tingling sensation. I consulted a doctor he diagnosed my with scabies and I was treated with lyclear dermal cream and tetrasylal. IT still persisted a secnd dctor diagnosed me with a bed bug bite .I was treated with the dermal cream again and antihistamins. However it still persist now after 2,5 months and Now i i can see black dots and things comming out of my skin when i apply moisteriser or vaseline to relife the itching.
Asked On : Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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Hi persistent itching with black marks can be presents as papulopustules over the wrist.finger web spaces.umblicus and on the penis and scrotsl area.apply permithrin lotion all over body from neck to toe weekly once and wash off early morning.and all the spots are treated with diprovate g ointment can cure it.use atarax 25 mg at night to relieve from itching.if no response use oral steriods short course
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