Within the past year, I have had four attacks of an itchy face. My face does not break out into a rash; it just itches for 2-5 days. The itching is everywhere. My cheeks, forehead, around my lips, and even the inside of my nostrils itch. The itching is intense and almost non-stop. Both hydrocortisone cream and Benadryl provide little relief. At first I thought it was a reaction to a new facial product. However, today my face is itching again, and I haven't applied anything to it. What could it be? How can I prevent it from happening again?
Only a doctor can diagnose you for sure, but the symptoms you describe do sound like oral allergy syndrome, which is a reaction that people with nasal allergies can have to certain types of food.
I wrote this article on Oral Allergy Syndrome:
I'd encourage you to read it and then call your doctor to discuss further.
To your health,
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I have this too. But I have it 50% of the time for the last 3 months. One thing I learned is that this can be a symptom of chronic fatigue syndrome, which I have. I wonder if you have other symptoms of chronic fatigue?