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Small red bumps on thighs, spreading to arms, hands, blisters. Taking triamcinolone for allergy. Causes?

I have small red bumps on my upper thighs that itch and turn to blisters. This happened on June 3rd also but they were on my arms and hands. I thought it might be shingles so I went to Urgent Care. They said it may be something I was allergic to and gave me Triamcinolone. Today July 24th the same type of bumps started on my legs. The ones on my arms scabbed up and left a scar , but they still itch. Any clues?
Asked On : Sat, 28 Jul 2012
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these are allergies
triamsolone are steroids and continuing this can harm you
you ned to find cause any body application material like soap shampoo oils creams hena dyes
med like pcm ibuprufecalcium multivitamins and diet suppliments
any food you expect
get dignosis on there guidelines
temp i can suggest fexofenadine 120 mg od and loal application of beclomethasone skin cream locally
Answered: Fri, 31 May 2013
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