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My stomach is always hard and my skin feels itchy and numb up under my pectorals ?

My stomach is always hard and my skin feels itchy and numb up under my pectorals ?

Needs to be checked: We can not say what is causing your symptoms and we do not have enough information to tell you what it may be You need to get it checked from your Primary Care Dioctor and will need History in detail and Physical Examination to find out what is wrong if any with your Stomach and skin feeling itchy ...Read more

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The skin on my abbs feel thick and it's itchy and num what can it be?

Possible allergy: There are several reasons to have itchy and thickened skin, but a common one is chronic allergy to nickel metal. Many pants (like jeans) have a metal button which contacts the skin around the belly button (usually just below) and that can cause a chronic, thickened, itchy rash in the area. Belt buckles can do this too. See a dermatologist to check it and give you some good treatments. ...Read more

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I am suffering from dermatitis. At any time i feel very hot or very cold. Some times skin becomes itchy. What should I do?

Bathe and moisturize: For the itchy skin, i would soak in warm water, pat dry, and then moisturize, preferably with an ointment or cream, rather than a lotion. If you continue to itch, see your physician. For feeling hot or cold, i would see a health professional, as this should be further evaluated. ...Read more

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My side and lower back on my right side always feels itchy. Not itchy on my skin but more inside of my body i don't know how to explain it?

My side and lower back on my right side always feels itchy. Not itchy on my skin but more inside of my body i don't know how to explain it?

Neurological itch: The feelings of an itch are complex and fascinating. People often think of an itch sensation as something related to the skin, which it often is. However, can also get an itching sensation from a pinched nerve. If the sensation is in the distribution of a nerve, like from the lower back to the leg, an irritation or inflammation of the nerve root in the lower lumbar spine can cause this. ...Read more