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Scabies

Scabies - Symptoms

Patients present with severe itch that is usually worse at nights.

Skin rashes include scratched, red bumps and small burrows. Common areas affected are web spaces between the fingers and toes, wrists, ankles, armpits, waist and genitals.

Sometimes, after excessive scratching, bacterial infection can occur, and the rashes become weepy and painful.

After treatment, itching will improve but can last for up to a few months.

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