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    Itching skin mostly at night without rash?
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    An_251258 posted:
    For over 2 months I have had extremely itchy skin with no rash - mainly at night and on lower extremities. Itching to the point of feeling like I may lose my mind? I am trying different soaps, detergents, etc.. but nothing is helping. I have also had blood work to make sure I don't have something internal going on but nothing is coming up? I am keeping a log and I am not on any med's other then allergy medication really. Can you advise and / or help out in any way before I go crazy!

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