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Cures For Back Itchy Skin
Sarno lotion: Drink plenty of water, use moisturizers such as sarno since it stops the itching and use aveeno (oatmeal) bath oil in your wash cloth when in the shower. Avoid very hot water when in the shower. If this does not resolve the problem see a doctor as you may be showing signs of anxiety, . ...Read more
I have dry red non itchy skin on my chest, upper shoulders and in my back. I would like to know of what it is.
Oat meal ?!!: What you are referring to is not oat meal but a fine dust that that is created by the milling process. When that dust like material is added to lukewarm or cool water in a bath, it has comforting anti-itch properties. My moms swear by it when the use it during chickenpox.Its relief is temporary. Your dr may be able to address the long term reasons you have itchy skin. ...Read more
Allergy?: Could be an allergy to something you applied to those areas of skin, or to something you ate or inhaled, or to a medication, or to a new detergent or fabric softener. Many times the cause is difficult to find. Try a long-acting antihistamine like allegra; if that doesn't work, let your doctor or a dermatologist examine you. ...Read more
Itchy skin on my back, sides of stom and back of neck. no bumps or redness unless i scratch then feels hot after..
I have itchy skin rash both inner thighs and worried whether its herpes. It goes and comes back again in a week or so.
I have very itchy skin on my back and shoulders. I get raised bumps which bleed when I scratch them. My skin feels dry and burns. ?
Need more info: It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without taking additional history, physical examination and may be some tests. It would be prudent to see your doctor. ...Read more
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