Sensitive skin abdomen

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Over the last week or so I have had painful sensitive <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>skin</span> around my abdomen. Even my clothes touching the area is painful. I have not experienced this before, however I had shingles as a child but there is nothing to see on my skin and I don't feel unwell. I'm experiencing menapausal symptoms and was wondering if a change in hormones could be the cause.
Very similar symptoms to some others that I have read about - very sensitive <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>skin</span> around one side of ribs only. Feel low. Gone on for 4/5 days now. Nothing visible on skin.
For the past three months have experienced stabbing pains in both the lower left back area radiating to the abdomen. Abdomen area is sensitive to the touch. Have had X-rays, CT Scans, Sonogram and MRI. Kidney Stones have been ruled out. Had pnenumonia but referred pain was also ruled out. No other positive diagnosis has been found. I am a type 2 diabetic and am currently on Lyreca to treat neuropathy, but with no relief. Any suggestions?
I am twisting and turning and cannot sleep. My hip/abdomen/rib area is sensitive to the mattress. I am sleeping fitfully as I cannot get comfortable. I am worried as during recent vacation to N.C. OBX area, I found tick on my lower leg. Is this related? I am alarmed.
With regards to the pain in you navel, is there associated redness or swelling in the area? Are there any lesions in the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>skin</span> of the surrounding areas? Any change in bowel movement, a palpable mass or lump in the abdomen or groin? Any discharge from the navel? A complete physical examination will be able to help. Avoid unnecessarily touching the area. the skin may be sensitive and may be irritated or injured. Do keep us posted with your answers.
Hi, I've recently developed sensitive <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>skin</span> 1st starting on my lower back, above the kidney and within 4 days moved to the lower abdomen. I'm 24 years of age, male. these symptoms came out of nowhere and i would really appreciate some insight. I'm currently unemployed and have no way of seeing a doctor so if theres a home cure please share!
And I have noticed that during this time, I am very sensitive to cold and often unable to have a good deep sleep (can feel that my heart was pounding so fast). My <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>skin</span> also started to feel dry and itchy especially on my face, neck and abdomen. Are all these symptoms of Fibro? I was having UTI 1 week before all this symptoms started and was on 10 days of antibiotics. the doctor I consulted was saying that there was nothing wrong with me! But to me the pain is real!
I am so uncomfortable in my own <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>skin</span>. Now I am scheduled to see an endocrinologist in a month. Has anyone else found anything that this might be???
When I really started paying attention to it I realized that is is always there but becomes very painful during menstration. It is so sore that the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>skin</span> around the area on the outside is sensitive also. When I stand up it takes my breath away a little bit, and I am just wondering if this is normal during mestration? the knot never goes away though, and it has not always been there. Help please...beginning to worry.
i recently was told my thyroid autoantibodies are high, i tested slighty postive for lupus, but the dr's say it's not 'bad enough' to do anything about it. i have really sensitive <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>skin</span>, extreme hair loss, fatigue, and severe joint pain, especially in my knees. i have been put on medication for panic attacks and depression....why do i have to wait to be treated for my thyroid? and the lupus test worries me also.
the nipple also becomes more sensitive. the stretching <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>skin</span> and increased sensitivity leads many women to complain of itching (as your pregnancy progresses and your abdomen continues to grow you may find that that skin will itch as well). Try using an unscented lotion frequently to keep the skin hydrated. Aviod scented lotions or soaps because your skin is more sensitive during pregnancy.
I have two sensitive parts of my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>skin</span> (abdomen and upper left back ) that feels like I got sunburn but with no outward signs. there is no itch no redness no swelling no bumps just this sensitive feeling to touch these areas. It happened when I bought a new gym top and it had a vest inside with a band on the bottom which rubbed against my skin and it started to irritate. I think it is because of my tshirt but I need to know how to get rid of this.
skin on hands actually doesn't feel as resilient as it used to be. Also, the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>skin</span> is very touch sensitive, it hurts to crumble up a piece of paper and push on the end of a paperclip. Both leave dents in my skin. If my hands are down below my heart they take on a red reticulated look. If I hold them above my head they go back to the normal white color. Sometimes my fingers will tingle and throb when I've been using them alot. Also, sometimes I can feel heat coming off of my hands.
Steriods have always worked for me other wise- I have very sensitive <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>skin</span> so I have allergic reactions to frangranced stuff sometimes or whatever, and I tend to have rashes or sometimes hives-that baffle doctors because of how they either look or where they're at.) Anyways, steriods have always worked for my random small break outs. I'm so sick of hearing "well, I've never seen this before." And yes ladies and gents, I GO TO HIGH QUALIFIED, EXPERIENCED DOCTORS!! And yet still......
Just a few minutes ago, I got this really strange feeling in my lower abdomen. Like a fluttery feeling. I thought..."Okay, that was weird. Maybe it was just nothing." About a minute later, I got it again. Pause. And again. I've never felt anything like it, before. I felt it coming from my uterus, area.
One of the causes of a multifocal sensory neuropathy is indeed diabetes or impaired glucose tolerance so you should have a glucose tolerance test to check for this (you drink a sugar drink and then the nurse takes blood at 1 and 2 hours after for blood glucose. This is more sensitive than just a random blood glucose.
My <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>skin</span> on my left lower back is sensitive to the touch as well as the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>skin</span> on my abdomen to the right of it. I was wondering maybe because my sister has a dog in her house as well as a lizard. they don't keep a very clean house. I picked up there dog a couple of times petting it and stough. Just wondering if that had anything to do with it. Thanks.
Other smaller ones began to appear shortly thereafter on my right side (5 of them) an now I have 3 on my left abdomen. the lowest large spot is sensitive, but none of these spots itch. What could this possibly be?
it happened overnight - one day i was fine and the next i woke up with severe yellow-ish diarrhea which was immediately joined by a throbbing pain in the upper right abdomen - directly beneath my rib bone. the pain was fairly constant throughout the day and felt a bit like a cigarette burn inside. It decreased slightly for an hour or so after meals but came throbbing back again after. It was accompanied by a whole body feeling of malaise...
Hi there! Your <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>skin</span> becomes more sensitive during pregnancy. It happens due to higher hormone levels and stretching of the delicate skin. Eczema and prickly heat may become more severe. Existing moles and freckles may darken. Newer moles may appear. Consult your dermatologist about these brown red patches, these may be stretch marks. Take enough folic acid and foods rich in folate like whole grains, dark leafy vegetables as this may help in discoloration. Keep your skin moisturized.
(it was the same wya 4 months ago) it itches him but no tenderness i have researched everywhere but nothing pans out. his <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>skin</span> got sensitive to touch but the rash occured sveral days later. he has no flu like symptoms. Last time it lasted for about a week and a half. but it's on the exact same area. we have been using calahist lotion to dry it out but does anyone have any idea it's bugging us. I thought it could be a a rash cause change on weatrher or sweat rash i don't know. please help!
Twice a year I will have a small round blistery skin irritation that forms in my lower abdomen area just above my pelvic bone (pubic hair area) and below my belly button directly in the middle. In the beginning stages my skin on my left "love handle" or waist will become extremely sensitive to the touch and will last for about one week. This sensitivity of the skin only happens on one side of my body usually the left.
the burning sensation I was feeling is internal around the stomach region.
I am constantly cold and sometimes break out in cold sweats; my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>skin</span> feels tender all over and very sensitive; and my face, neck, and lower back all feel abnormally warm. I am not throwing up, and I do not have diarrhea.
Only thing i could figure out was that it might be due to lack of sweat coming out of my body as i live in a cold place and here body doesn't sweat that much, moreover my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>skin</span> i s very sensitive if i scratch my body the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>skin</span> gets blood red. Blood reports show every thing normal. No idea what it might be. Need help if anyone has the same problem!!!!!!
Does anyone have any idea what to do for non-fungal <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>skin</span> conditions that cause white spots? Mine are confined to abdomen, chest and back. Its really irritating and unsightly! Should I trust the Derm's test and instructions to leave it? Anyone can help out here? Thanks!!
the dermatologist also said that as I am suffering from other allergies like hayfever and dustmites I am also more sensitive to general insect bites like mosquitos etc. this also means my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>skin</span> in general is more sensitive and therefor the more severe case of bruising and rash. Am seeing the dermatologist again in 2 weeks and will post further update if I find out more.
the first few days are slighty foggy, I was so doped up on pain meds. Within the first day or so I had a ct scan of my abdomen showing pancreatitis. I had to wait a few days for it to subside before going through with an ERCP. During the procedure I had two large stones abstracted from my bile duct. the doctor also found an "impressive" ulcer on my doudenum & placed 2 clips.
So, if they can function well, you'll notice from your mental health (memory, clear thinking, better sleep), <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>skin</span> (clear <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>skin</span>, healthy color), etc. how positively the cleanse affects your body. Plus, the cleansed organs probably last longer as well. the order is important though: First, Parasite Cleanse. A colon cleanse is good, but won't tackle parasites apparently. then, a Kidney Cleanse.
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