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I have never had this probem before. I am tired of the itchy face and wasting money trying to find a product that will keep my face from itching. Has anyone experienced this.
Can someone tel me is it normall to have itchy skin? And if so y do we get it?
Hello, It can be due to a bacterial skin infection or contagious skin disease like scabies. Scabies is characterized by intense itching, usually at night and by small insect-type bites lesions on the skin. Diagnosis of scabies is made by scraping the skin and viewing the material under a microscope to see the characteristic mite or eggs. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided.
I get itchy when I'm tired. I have been this way for most of my life...don't know if it's from HCV but I am now in my 3rd week of tx and it hasn't gotten any worse. I don't have the riba rash yet eventhough I spend a good amount of time in the afternoon sun. Everyone is different, I have olive skin and tolerate the sun well. If you are fair skinned you may have more issues.
There had been a really informative thread here one day about skin & itching, that I cannot locate now, duh...anyway I think it might have been NY Girl (possibly?) discussing with a few others here about the gold bond products & them having a noticable menthol like smell to them. The were so right, I think there were 2 cream choices (packaging 1 green bottle & 1 yellow bottle) but I had taken a lil sniff, so pungent.
like lottie I to have small red bumb on my skin, which seem to appear when I'm stressed or tired. But I'm also diabetic is this a reaction because my sugar level is to high or could it be stress?
I have the exact same symptoms as well. Very itchy and skin is bruising prob. from scratching it so much. I soaked in the hottest bath imaginable for it on my feet and it relieved it for hours, but yet it still does not explain what this is caused from or how to prevent it. I don't have any faith in doctors or hospitals anymore because honestly they all depend on the net too much for prognosis/diagnoses whatever!
My husband age 59 has been experiencing burning, prickly itchy skin at random times but mostly during the evening. He has the sensation of pins and needles pricking his skin from the inside out. This mostly occurs on his arms or legs or back, but not concurrently. First it was his legs then it moved to his back and currently the problem is on his arms. The sensation will be symetrical, i.e. both arms. The prickling turns into severe itching with sensations of pin pricking pain.
I'm 25 years old. The last time I went to the doctor was Dec 07 about the itchy skin. They prescribed allergy medicine but I was about to lose insurance so I didn't take the prescription. Plus I felt the allergy med would just cover up the problem, not fix it. Lately I've been having bad headaches, especially on the top left side. Maybe I' not getting enough sleep.
like the last question that i read, with no anwswer, my ears are hot and itchey (mianly red and hot) and my face feels really itchy and FEELS swollen, although there is just mostly a bit of swolleness around my eyes (as if i am tired).... what can this be? is there something I can do about it NOW...??? something that will give relief? my face hurts and just feels really uncomfortable..... thanks....
I have these bups on the back of my head, and its very painful and itchy.
Scabies are tiny microscopic bugs that can get on your skin and cause itchy white bumps that ooze. I would recommend you go to the doctor right away. There is a cream that will treat it and you will also need to treat you clothing, bedding, stuffed animals,anything that you would clean as if you had head lice. I hope this helps.
I have been scraching it repeatedly and trying NOT to but at night it feels like its just worse, and It feels like its under the skin then on it as far as what is itchy, in the shower I use a scrub brush so thats why the red spots. really itchy soreness very tired all the time I have a picture but dont know how to upload it of the area.
So, three days later, my symptoms have not ceased, have only gotten worse, and on top of that, my body is incredibly itchy everywhere from my feet to my scalp and when I scratch my skin patches of small red bumps appear...I am extremely tired, my tonsil is very sore, and I itch everywhere, and it has now been 13 days...I don't know what to do and am worrying that these could be symptoms of something serious...
I have had itchy tingling arms for over 20 years. I have been to so many doctors, I've lost count. Some say it's allergys. Some say it's stress. Some creams work for a while. I've taken alot of allergy meds. Zyrtec seemed to help more than the others. I also take Doxipen. the Dr. just doubled my dose. I have a steriod cream that I use as well. It only helps during the day for a while. It itches so bad, I feel like I need to burn the area or even cut it out of my arm with a knife.
sounds like it's jock itch or dry skin. continue the antifungal for a full week after the rash is gone. the risk of a std from oral is very low. saves you worrying though if it's always protected unless it's a partner who's std status you are aware of.
I have not changed soap, detergent, or lotion when I started having these problems, but have since tired different soaps like oatmeal, dry skin, and sensitive skin soaps. I have tried benadryl, and even put a humidifier in my room. It sometimes wakes me up at night, and my only option is a cold rag to sooth it. I went to a dermatologist this morning that asked if I have back problems, which I do. I have arthritis in my lower back.
My skin is so so dry I've lotion so much I feel like a bottle of lotion ...lol Still itchy,itchy,itchy. Hard time sleeping last and has been an issue for a few weeks now finally fell a sleep around 4am. Still feeling tired all the time which that will probably stay with me for a while along with the other side effects. Did peg shot last night count down 11 more to go.
Hi all: This Friday will be my 5th week on meds. I just developed dry, itchy skin on face around mouth, under nose and chin. Has anyone else developed this. Is this part of the sx or am I developing an allergy? It is so irritating. I bought benadryl gel and put it on on the way home from work. It relieved it after a few minutes. I just washed my face and put on some more before bed. It burns a little when I put it on. I'm going to take a capful of liquid benadryl now and see if it goes away.
A few days ago, I woke up with itchy pink bumps in random spots. They look like small blemishes. My legs stomach and arms are the main locations., but my lower back also has one. My room is in the basement and from time to time I will see spiders so I just figured they were bite marks, but now i've notice more of them and was just wondering if you knew what it was? The itching isn't horrible, but i would like to get rid of it and the bumps.
Maybe one good day here and there but for the most part he stays on the sofa. He has itchy skin and pain around the liver area ankle swell and weight loss I'm not sur of anything else. Could anyone out there help me and tell me what he is going to expect. His Doctor has suggested for him to retire.
When you see your MD request a Free T3, T4 and TSH, Ask for a copy of your labs and post Free T3 T4 and TSH with the reference range for each here on the forum, then members can comment and advise based on your results. Other symptoms might include High Blood Pressure High Cholesterol, Dry itchy skin, Confusion, Muscle aches and spasms, and Low Vitamin D levels and weight gain.
you could have got the strep while having the dental procedure but the test is pretty accurate. its a bacteria that gets in a break in the skin and usually stays right where that break occurs instead of moving thru the body via the bloodstream. i had it from a bug bite twice. it was painful, red, hot, itchy, and expanded quickly. i went to my regular dr and took antibiotics for a month each. the hospital should have given you more information!
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