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How is it treated?
In severe cases, your doctor may also give you pills to take.
If you have scabies, you and anyone you have close contact with must all be treated at the same time.
After treatment, the itching usually lasts another 2 to 4 weeks. It will take your body that long to get over the allergic reaction caused by the mites. If you still have symptoms after 4 weeks, you may need another treatment.
Sounds like bed bugs
Originally posted by onequestion
I dont have track marks and fleas dont make sense. I dont have track marks but i bumps that go down my leg in a linear fashion. The doc its not scabies because there isnt track marks but he cant figure out what it is. He said its apart of an allergic reaction but i said then why are these bumps in such a linear fashion going strait down my leg in a perfect line. There is like 4-5 lines like that on both legs total.