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    scabies or std?!!
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    19mar posted:
    well i know i got scabies treated it 3 times in the past 2 weeks with permethrin5% its been taking most of them away but new bumps keep appearing i dont know if thats normal or they shud no be reappearing but i got this bump in the midle of my scrotum i believe around the same time i got scabies hasnt gone away 2 new bumps recently appeared on my left testicle but it looks like the bumps are scabies becuz they look like the ones on my hand but the red bump in the middle of my scrotum looks kind of weird and doesnt itch till i rub it or scratch it what could it be someone plz help thank you
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    elle0317 responded:
    Continue to follow-up with your MD about this.


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