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I have itching all over my web on hands and also on my body. It gets worse in the evening. My girlfriend had it some time back and I believe she got it from her 11 year old cat. Can you please help me with some medication. I have taken 10 tablets of Cipro 500mg. It looks like it is scabies.
Abrar
Answer:
Dear Abrar!

Thank you for your question. Concerning your case it is strongly recommended that you see the doctor. The problem you describe might be of the contagious kind which can cause troubles to people surrounding you as well as to you particularly. It is impossible to give information on the treatment without seeing the patient.
The European Medical Center initially cares about the health of the patients and always recommends to consult the specialists. Describing the problem the patient can miss some symptoms that can affect the diagnosis and as the result the plan of treatment itself.

I can advise you to make an appointment with one of the dermatologists of the European Medical Center via our telephone number (495) 933-6655.

Please, dont postpone the visit to the doctor. You Health is your main value!

Should you have any questions, dont hesitate to contact EMC (495) 933-6655.

Kind regards,
Maria Gamayunova
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