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I have itch which stops after few seconds but leave the rash,taking permethrin. Is this scabies or eczema ?

Hi i have been told by my doctor i have scabies but when i look on the internet mine looks more like eczema (which i do suffer from) mine is itchy but not that itchy where it stoped me sleeping or anything i itch it for a few seconds and then the itch stops but leaves the place where the rash is blistered can you tell me if this is scabies??i have been using the cream permithrin i think thats how you spell it :)
Asked On : Sun, 6 Feb 2011
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Thanks for query,
In scabies one get itching on whole body or the part affected.
Scabies very common inbetween fingers of both upper and lower limbs.
If you find small watery blisters between your two fingers it is confirm scabies.
Apply Benzyl benzoate lotion all over body except face at night after taking bath and take bath in the next morning.
Repeat after a week.
Give treatment to other family members.
ok and bye.
Answered: Mon, 15 Aug 2011
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