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Red itchy bumps, spreading, Benadryl ineffective

my grandson started out with what looked like bug bites , he went to the dr and they said it looked like flea bites and gave him benadryl . i spent the weekend there and when i was driving home i had 3 red itchy bumps on my hand . by the time i got home i had 9-10 bites . i took a shower and popped a benadryl myself and fell asleep woke up to the bumps all over my body and itching and burning all over . what could this be its NOT fleas
Asked On : Sat, 12 May 2012
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thanks for using Health Care magic .

I would be pleased to answer your question

I suggest that you should apply an anti insect cream , like permite 5% cream which you will get by prescription from your dermatologist . You can apply it from neck to toe tonight and repeat application after 10 days . You should wash it off the next morning .

You can take over the counter tablet Allegra 180 mg in the morning and tablet claritine 5 mg at night daily .

You can put cortisone cream on the area of the bites twice a day .

Thanks and take care
Answered: Thu, 17 May 2012
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