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Whitish pink bumps on forearms, knees, thighs, neck. Applied cortisone. Due to flu?

My son has small white/ pink bumps that appeared on his forearms, knees, thighs, and neck that are itchy. Gave him a bath, gave him a Benadryl and applied Cortisozone 10. He is still itching. The bumps seem to come and go. He just got over the flu about 3 days ago. Do you know what could cause this and how to make it better?
Asked On : Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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The lesions of your son may be due to Scabies.But,please consult a Dermatologist when the lesions appear.
Please do not use Corticosteroids judiciously without prescription or proper guidance.
Answered: Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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