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    PINS and needles pricking my back and hairs
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    luvdeep posted:
    want to discuss a very severe problem here..i have a problem
    basically wat happens is This stinging needle like pain happens throughout my back, my arms, my face, neck and my chest. It doesnt happen on my stomach or legs though for some reason... It also makes me really itchy in the area of pain and after a few minutes of this pain, the stinging area will go red but without any bumps or rashes, just red. It triggers when im anxious, or nervous, or there's a sudden change in temperature sort of(Like im outside and I go into a building where it's warm)? Whenever i get worked up basically. There are some places where I go to where this pain always occur. For example, when im in the changing room, changing into shorts to work out, I always get this stinging pain. Always. Im not anxious or anything, but when I know the pain is going to happen, it comes...pls help me it feels like i take my shirt out and sit...and yes it goes away if i put water on back and werever its happening ..its worst condition even in winters to calm down this feeling i have to switch on the fan .pls help me anyone


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