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Taken Paracetamol, reoccurring itching, looks like an insect bite. Cause?

I took a drug ( paracetamol to be precise)2weeks ago and a few hours later,i started itchin seriously but subsided in the morning.but i noticed that the itching stops in the mornin but starts towards the evenin and into the night.the surface of the affected ares looks like i have been bitten by an insect but i wonder why the reoccurence.please what might be the cause?
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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Paracetamol is one of the safest drugs and you have taken it 2 weeks ago.

If you think that you suffered an insect bite and then scratched the area with your nails to decrease the itching, probably a minor skin infection could have happened.

Please do not scratch the area any further. Applying a skin soothening cream may help.

Hope this helps.
Dr Anjana Rao
Answered: Wed, 19 Jun 2013
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