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Red, itchy bumps on fingers, toes, temporary relief with oxistat. Any suggestions?

I have thse red itchy bumps on my finger , top of my eat and on my toes.. Previous I had them on the inside of my thighs. One doctor gave me oxistat and it seem to work after a while. Another doctor told me it could be a disease that people get in damp cold areas such as London in reference to my fingers. Do you have any suggestions.
Asked On : Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
These tiny itchy lesions on fingers, toes and inner side of thigh could be due to scabies. These lesions are quite itchy and with a tendency to itch more in night. Most of the times, it is seen to be involving the cohabitants like family members, partners or friends. It is treated with single overnight application of permethrin cream.
As dermatology is a visual field, a consultation with dermatologist to confirm the diagnosis is must so that appropriate treatment can be started. Hope that answers your query. Take care.
Answered: Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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