I am man, 33, and 10 days before I noticed about eight red spots some with a small blister
below my navel above pubic hair ,and on my left thigh near to buttock. They urged me to scratch.
I visited my dermatorogy doctor and she told me that an insect perhaps flea has me bitten.
I took the whole previous week ,Antistaminika (like zirtek) a pill every night and
a kortizonbased cream.The initial red spots are already weakened or dissapeared
but new red spot , six now on buttock, back in the waist and two more on penis are developed.
Is the cause finaly insect- bites ?
Noone from my family and friends has this period similarly exanthems.
I suspect food allergy because I must avoid eggs eating.
I cannot find my doctor because the new Year's Day (Italy).
Must I a insect repellent use or other measures taken?
Thanks in advance
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