Probable scabies in 10-month-old infantMy husband was diagnosed with scabies 10 days ago and was treated internally with ivermectin. He has improved. Now my 10-month-old daughter has several bump that resemble the bumps my husband had.
She has one on her forehead, one near the side of her mouth, three on her inner left forearm in an area smaller than a dime, three on her outer left thigh in an area larger than a silver dollar, one on the outer side of her left leg and one on the inner side of her left leg just above the ankle. Only the two lower ones appear to bother her, she's attempting to scratch them.
She also has been scratching her neck with no signs of bites or irritation, as well as her ears with no ear infection or signs of teething, for about a month. She has chronic congestion in her nose.
ttflutegal on 2017-08-16
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