Scabies Symptoms & Treatments

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Symptom #2: Rash

The rash from a scabies infestation can look like tiny blisters that are vesicular (may contain some fluid). The little bumps usually form a line and can look like small bites, pimples, or hives.

Since the rash occurs where it is also itchy, the regions most commonly affected are also between skin folds such as finger webs, tow webs, wrists, elbows, buttocks, genitalia, and armpits. The infestation usually spares the face and scalp except in those whose immune system are compromised or in infants.


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