Well I have a similar problem. What has worked for me , athlete's foot cream " Terbinafine hydrochloride" cream. use that on all manifestations of the rash or bumps, use a small diabetic lance to open the bumps clean it out; dry then apply the Terbinafine hydrochloride" . keep using it well over a month between toes all over feet entire legs and arms fingers and anywhere ells light dose not shine . also get a ultraviolet light to treat it. try lice shampoo too.. it clears up completely. but it comes back now and then, just fallow the steps soon so that it dose not get worse. Dis infect entire sleeping area and carpet if you have one.
Those tiny itchy blisters are athletes foot and can spread to the arms and even the crotch. The crotch version is called Jock Itch. I had these tiny itchy blisters on my feet and legs. My physician immidiately diagnosed me with athletes food. He prescribed a special mixture of Lamisil creme with 1% Menthol. It took 2 months of applying this creme 3 times a day, but its finially gone :) Hope this helps
Those tiny itchy blisters are athletes foot and can spread to the arms and even the crotch. The crotch version is called Jock Itch. I had these tiny itchy blisters on my fee and legs. My physician immidiately diagnosed me with athletes food. He prescribed a special misture of Lamisil creme with 1% Menthol. It took 2 months of applying this creme 3 times a day, but its finially gone :) Hope this helps
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