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Itchy red bumps, swollen, painful blisters on different body parts. Taken antibiotics. No relief. Treatment?

For several months now, I have been getting every so often an area on my body, First it was my right foot and second toe then, left wrist , then right thigh, now my pinky finger on my letf hand has what starts as a red bump like a bug bite that is itchy then hours later becomes swollen painful and a blister. Have been to doctors and been put on antibiotics, but they keep coming back. PLEASE HELP
Asked On : Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
hello mr moses. welcome to health care magic.
from the brief history it looks like you may have had scabetic infection leading to pompholyx.
please do get a good treatment for scabies from your nearest dermatologist,
please do check your groins and axilla region for any trace of fungal infection and if you are in the habit of wearing shoes please do inspect your web space between the 4th a nd 5 th toe.
thank you and wish you a speedy recovery.
dr satya
Answered: Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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