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jabba asked:

22 Nov 2008

Area of body gets itchy and gets hot and bumps form and looks sick and it boders a lot

I can't sleep some times I get it when I'm really mad



sorchasweb says:

Posted on 23 Nov 2008

Moisture. Use good lotions and shower with a very moisturiser rich soap or liquid soap.. Like dove. You can always take a benedryl if it itches too much.

What soaps do you use to launder your sheets?? You may have an allergy to the dryer sheet, fabric softener, or detergent. Also watch what you eat. Wheat and other items can give allergic reactions.

If good moisture etc doesn't help you may want to go to your doctor.


angitia41 says:

Posted on 23 Nov 2008

Try a oatmeal soap or lotion.. That just may do the trick..


rinji_halfelf says:

Posted on 23 Nov 2008

Using water that's too hot when you shower can dry skin out. Especially in the winter.

I had dry skin and bumps develop on my elbows because the facial cleanser I was using was too harsh, and ran down to my elbows when I washed.

Depending on the area of the body, you might be able to find out if something else is coming into contact with your skin and causing the problem. If irritation is due to scratchy fabric, or sensitivity to fabric texture, monistat chaffing cream can work wonders.

The Oatmeal bath they use for chickenpox can help irritated skin too. I've had to do that before, because my legs used to get so dry in the winter I'd itch them until they bled (not very nice to discover when you are itching your ankle in the middle of class.

Putting some bath oil in a tub of water and soaking for a bit can help dry skin too.

If this continues too much and nothing helps, you may need to see a doctor or a dermatologist.

If it's a large patch of skin, be sure to not coat yourself in Benedryl. Read the bottle carefully and make sure it's safe first. Most often stuff like that will warn against too much exposure to it.


pensivevide says:

Posted on 23 Nov 2008

If you use any lotions currently, switch to another and stick to that single one. I have allergic reactions now to lotions that I've been using for 3 years. Itchy bumps that look almost like ringworm appear on the underside of my forearm from these lotions. I have to lay papers on lacquered desks because it burns sometimes. Try hydrocortisone--you can get it over the counter, I believe. When I was younger, about 3-8, I used to get rashes between my inner thighs and couldn't understand why. They were so itchy, and I itched until I bled, and it spread and spread... I can't wear skirts for too long now because that same rash will show. I used the hydrocortisone--it stopped the itching and it made the rash go away.

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