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    **Berchtwald** Male

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    Default Itchy skin and bumps

    Hi everyone,

    For the past two months I've been having this weird small bumps appearing all over my body. It's not that severe (I don't have whole body parts covered in them. They tend to appear individually or in small groups). At first I thought they were mosquito bites, but after they kept appearing I realized they weren't. I talked to a nurse and then a doctor, and they told me it wasn't scabies for sure. However, they weren't sure what it was, so they gave me a steroid creme. The creme helped, in that it made many of the bumps disappear and dealt with the scratching. However, now the bumps appeared again. They can be found on my legs, on one of my feet (over my toes), belt area, a few on my hands, and so on. At these point they're getting quite itchy. I'm reluctant to go to a doctor right now, because I'm in a different country and I strongly doubt they will give me the right diagnosis (in the Balkans rn). The attached pictures show the bumps on my left and right side of the belt area, top of my leg and right arm, near the armpit. Any idea what it could be?

    https://s31.postimg.org/ekduxco1n/20160621_102312.jpg

    https://s31.postimg.org/cd50votdn/20160621_102222.jpg

    https://s31.postimg.org/ydldcbc1n/20160621_102252.jpg

    https://s31.postimg.org/5y5zz0mnv/20160621_102116.jpg

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    i think you should consult the best skin doctor near you who give you best advise.


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