Scabies post treatment red bumps and blisters (watery filled) am I still infected?

Vague. Still itch? How long since treatment? Details of initial symptoms and details of treatment? Go back to DR, preferably a dermatologist. Extent and distribution of "bumps and blisters"?

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Is every Red Bump or blister a new scabies infection. I got treated with some pills 4days ago. But still have some red bumps and sometimes get new ones. Are those eggs? Can I pop them and make sure that I clean that area.

Scabies. 33 year old gentleman with scabies infection treated with oral therapy now with new red rash. You may require treatment with oral and topical therapy. You may be extremely contagious and you should avoid scratching the scabies rash. Contact your doctor and read the CDC decontamination protocol for your close contacts, bedding, clothing,etc. http://www.cdc.gov/parasites/scabies/prevent.html. Read more...
No. Most of the itch from scabies is due to allergy against the mites. From the initial infestation to the onset of severe itch is about 2 months. After treatment kills the mites, and there may be only 6 of them, you are still allergic to the dead mites burrowed into your skin, so the itch may linger for weeks. Most of what you see is a result of your oun excoriation. No, those are not eggs. Consider. Read more...

We were treated for scabies 3 days ago ; we've noticed a few new red bumps and burrows since treatment... Has treatment failed?

Probably not. The symptoms of scabies are due to the body's immune reaction to the mite and its droppings in the skin. They are still there after treatment kills the mites, and symptoms can continue for 2-3 weeks -- in fact they sometimes get worse or new itchy spots appear for a while after treatment. See your doctor if it gets a lot worse or if you're still having itching and rash 3 weeks after treatment. Read more...