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Severe, itchy rash followed by bruising, spreading continuously with nausea, diarrhea, taking Zyrtec, Benadryl. Suggestion?

I am suffering from a severe itchy rash which in some areas is taking the form of bruises. I have had the rash for a month and it continues to spread. My family doctor put me on a steroid and when I was finished with steroid the rash spread more. It s covering mt stomach, arms, legs, neck and back, and itches like crazy. Today I am feeling nausea and have diarrhea . At this time I m taking Zyrtec and Benedryl which I have to take every 3 hours to help with the itch. Please help. Thank you YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Sun, 12 Aug 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
the steroids effected your digestive systen
in fact it was misdiagnosed
scabies is likely accordingly
take anti allergic fexofenadin bd
apply lotion or scabies at night for 7-10 night according to response
in moning wash and oil clothes and bed materials before using it again
at morning can use ointment fo controling itching due to scabies
you may require for 4-6 wk
take ebastine 10 mg od for 3-4 wk to control itch
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