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Itchy and red bumps all over arms and chest. Why?

I am 23 and broke out with itchy little red bumps all over my arms and chest back in late November. They went away and now there all over my thighs. They itch like crazy and when i itch them more appear. They are white then turn to red and scab over. Now my 4 year old son has broken out on one arm. And his left side of his face is red and hot and swollen.
Asked On : Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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It may be due to an allergic reaction. You should take regular anti allergics and also give them to the child. You should have complete examination by a Dermatologist to avoid spread to the other ones at home.
Take regular medicine such as Cetrizine and apply scabion lotion all over the body below the neck to yourself and child after bath every day.
Change clothes every day and wear soft clothes.

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Dr. Azhar Sattar
Answered: Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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