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    Why does my body itch all the time?
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    ajones293 posted:
    For as long as i can remember, my body has always itched, head to toe, including teeth, nails, toung, inside like my joints, everywhere. I dont get any hives after i scratch but if i scratch one area, the itch only just moves to somewhere else on my body and i atleast have 5 itchy spots at all times, ive only just gotten so used to it that i dont scratch all the time. does anyone know what could be wrong with me? this itchyness is all the times, it doesnt relate to food, weather or stress.
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    elle0317 responded:
    It's definitely not an STD. I would continue to follow-up with your health care provider for further testing to figure out what's happening.


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