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crazyitchy posted:
Do any of you itch so bad that spots/rash have occured? They are spreading all over my body and I can hardly stand it. Any suggestions for relief?
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sgbl88 responded:
Hi.

You should probably see your doctor, but I have similar symptoms. Pollen can make exposed skin very itchy. I take a liquid benadryl type product when this starts.

Contact dermatitis can also cause it. I had a reaction to something a few weeks ago that caused a bad hive like rash on my legs. I had to have a topical prescription to clear it.

Feel better.

God bless.
Sonya
Jeremiah 29:11 For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the LORD, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end... Ye shall seek me, and find [me]
 
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An_244249 responded:
My itching has been so bad that I have scratched myself until my skin is raw on my legs, arms, waist. under bust. My dermatologist gave me a RX for a cream that does stop the itching (Perrigo Triamcinolone Acetonide Cream USP, 0.1%).
I think my itching was more of a dry skin issue than allergy.
Good luck!
 
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diagnosos responded:
I started that about 7 years ago. Went to several dermatologists. No Help. Went to the cleveland clinic. No help . 2 years ago tried anotner derm and . Found something. She did a biopsy and found something. Can't remember what exactly.But they gave me ic ketoconazole 1 per day and ic sulfameth / tmp ds tab . Believe me She was a God sent. Just a thought . Hope this helps you or anyone else that reads this. God bless You


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