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    more2c posted:
    Hello all. I've been coming here for years, since 2002, but don't post a lot. I have read a lot from the beginningI about the itching and rash but had no rash at the time. Just in the last year I started getting red spots all over and itch. My doc says they are called spider angiomas.
    I didn't think to ask her why I was just getting them. I was diagnosed in 2001. Has anyone else had that happen? Ijust wondered if it is an
    indication of anything. My bloodwork didn't look any worse than the last time. thanks

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