Wrinkles on forearms

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I just returned from a vacation in Florida and on my forearms have developed a red itchy rash. I had used a sunscreen. They appear to be like little blisters but no fluid comes out of them when I scratch them. Is this some form of sun poisoning?? Look forward to your response.
ok i have been reading these all night and no one can help me, i haven't been swimming, or had new medicine, and my allergies aren't acting up, but i have these little mosquito like bumps that started on my feet, then spread on my legs, thighs, arms, back, shoulder, and ankle they itch very badly, and some look almost like pimples but are not, the only thing i have done differnetly is been walking to work(about 7 blocks) in the sun, but im wearing a polo and jeans (uniform) they are growing wors
I too seem to suffer the exact symptoms, as is always the case it is nice to know you are not the only one suffering these symptoms. For me they seem to come and go and are mostly on my right & left arm & right leg, I have also had on occasions small blisters on the roof of my mouth towards the back (I am not sure if this could be linked but having thought about it a bit the thought now crosses my mind).
I didn't notice that I had something like a farmers tan until I had to wear a dress for my friend's wedding. My forearms have been darker than the rest of my body for awhile now, and I would like to have an even skin tone. My legs, stomach, back, upper arms... basically anything that is covered up during the year is way lighter than my forearms.
there is a spot on my nose that i've rubbed raw washing, trying to get these "things" out of my pores. these are not whiteheads, nor blackheads. these are clusters of white or fleshy hard and sticky plugs-- not filled with anything, but they stick straight out from the pores. They are not bumps. If I rub the area w/ a towel they do not rub off at all. I tried to remove one with tweezers, and it was very tacky (as in sticky) and clearly goes deep under the skin.
I am 5' tall and I have really started seeing my elasticity in my skin change over the last year. I have wrinkles on my forearms that I never had before and sagging. I do take a fluid pill when needed for water retention. Could this be causing me to be dehydrated all of a sudden. I have been taking this fluid pill for years and never had problems with my skin before. What is the best way to hydrate your skin and how long does this take for it to show?
The forehead spot would suddenly itch (the stabbing-quality itch) after I'd been out on my neighborhood walk--with internal heat generated by exercise, which also always brings on my Lhermitte's, among other things. A small spot on my back. Itch, itch, itch... Worst of all was my left nostril. (During a time when I had developed other facial sensations such as shocks and a "warm" spot on the side of my nose.
It wrinkles like sun damaged skin when pinched, and I can stretch it nearly an inch to two inches off of my arm, and three to four inches under my arm. I have noticed wrinkles developing on my face at an alarming rate. This is a dramatic change that seemed to have happen nearly over night. I am a 21 year old male. I am 6 feet tall and weigh 140 lbs. I drink alcohol 2-3x a week in moderation, and I smoke 1 cigarette every few days. Just before I started noticing symptoms I became a vegetarian.
Fair, yes to being sunburnt, yes to my Mother having wrinkles Approximately 6 weeks ago, veins started showing permanently on both hands. They are now very prominent, and are bulging most often all the time. Before this, it was very rare for my veins to show. Approximately 2 weeks ago, I noticed that if I moved my forearms/upper arms a certain way, I was getting a lot of the wrinkly crepe looking skin...something I really didn't have before.
The test came back negative, I also showed no sensitivity to the ***** test (on the forearms). She pointed me to a different doctor if I ever wanted to get tested further. She was very supportive and understanding and gave me two different ointments to treat the eczema. To tell you the truth, I did not expect them to help but still religiously applied both as prescribed and hoped they would help as I really didn't feel like going for further testing.
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Approx 2 weeks ago, I developed wrinkling (crepe paper look) on my forearms (near connection of elbow) and on my upper arms. My arms have gone from 44 years old to looking like those of a 60 year old woman. Approx 5 days ago my skin started sagging and I have now developed that "flap" by my triceps. My arms have always been my pride and joy..I work so hard at them, and they have been so tone,..now they look flabby and sagging with wrinkles. I am in a panic.
About two weeks ago, I was working on some schoolwork on the computer when I realized that I felt a little lightheaded. I got up from my chair and felt slightly dizzy. I immediately became worried and cancelled my workout for that morning (I thought that maybe I had had a TIA - my father had one a few months ago, so I guess that's why it came to mind). I looked up dizziness on the internet and read about the various medical conditions that can cause it.
Does anyone else out there have hair around their areolas..not just a few...a lot. What about hair on their stomach..what some people call the "love line". I am SICK of hair..I don't know what to do! I even have hair "few" on my chest and shoulders. I was told I have too much male hormone....don't believe that then I also wouldn't have a problem being sexually active. I have no disire in that area. Is there another person like this out there? Please help.
It usually happens on the palm side of various fingers, but in April, I had one rupture on my knuckle. I'm very interested in any comments.
My suggestion on how to sleep....is already known! Ok, I don't want to transform all of you in a bunch of drug addicted, but have you tried a tranquillizer just once? Just to see whether your tingling diminishes the moment you calm down? @rnneeedshelp: as my "colleague" has written, you are anxious over the symptoms, not the opposite, and the same is for all of us.
Just so everyone knows, I posted a question about our condition on a Doctor-to-Patient forum. So far there has been no answer, they're several days behind in posting answers. I assume someone on our old thread had asked them (MedHelp drs) before, but i figured it couldn't hurt to try again.
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