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ok well about two maybe three months ago i started getting itchy all over my skin no rash appeared until later. i got the rash on my thighs, butt, around my bra, and lower stomach but my whole body still remains itchy. i have bumps here and there on my body but its not as bad as my thighs, butt,and lowers stomach. The rash appears and disappears but i am still always itchy. what do i have?? could it be something bad?


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replied February 26th, 2010
Itchy skin rash
Thank you for your question on eHealthforum

Itchy skin rash generalized in nature is usually the result of an allergic reaction to any agent either ingested one or any agent with which you came into contact.

Please note if you had contact with anything new in the recent past. Hygiene is also very important. Please see your doctor for a proper physical examination and diagnosis, as it is not possible to diagnose the condition correctly as your symptoms are non specific and can occur in various skin and allergy disorders. Thank you.




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