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Has itchy bumps on back and stomach. Had been on antibiotic. Related?

My husband has developed red bumps on his stomach and back that itch . He has had them for about 6 weeks and they aren t going away. He was on an antibiotic before this happened, but if he had a reaction to this medicine, I would think it would have gone away by now. We ve tried taking away a bunch of different types of foods like milk, wheat, soaps, vitamins , detergent or any other creams. Nothing seems to help. It doesn t seem to get any worse, or better. Can you help?
Asked On : Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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Hi, i am Dr Mbobnda. You are very correct to be worried about the duration of the bumps. Does you husband have fever? are the itches mostly at night or during the day? Those are some questionned that need an answer for a better diagnosis.I think you should meet a physician to examine your husband. And to run the appropriate tests
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