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I have tiny bumps and rash all over my body

I went to the clinic last thursday because I had a rash all over my body, over the past days it has been growing and growing. They gave me permethrin for scabies rash they thought it was. However I noticed it just kept spreading and spreading. I am aware that scabies usually spread between your fingers. I dont have them in my hands i just have them in my tummy goes down to my inner thighs, not on my vaginal area. It has also spreaded to my back on the sides. I also have them in my calves. I first started having them in my inner thighs and it spreaded up to my tummy and then the upper side of my body, they are on breast. The only place I dont have them is on my face and neck. I have a couple in my arm. I notice that everytime I am itchy I have a new rash it just keeps spreading. It has been 2 weeks. I have gone to the dermatologist and they said it is not scabies. They believe it is a virus. However, I am aware that a viral rash stops after 1 to 2 days and then it takes up to a week for the rash to dissapear. In my case however, it keeps spreading and it has been almost 2 weeks now. I will post a link with  a couple of pics by order from the beginning to now. I really need help I dont think these doctors know what it is and I need help, has anyone ever seen anything like this? It is very itchy but I am not scratching at all. I have not had any other symptoms besides itchiness

It started like this January 3, 2015



4 days later (the little red dots are from when i use to scratch (January 8, 2015)



January 17 (Saturday Morning after washing off Permethrin)





January 14, 2015



The ones on my feet are different they arent bumps


Inner thighs

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