• bailey112394 bailey112394
    August 06, 2009
    Why is my itchy skin rash spreading?
    bailey112394 bailey112394
    August 06, 2009

    These hives that I have at the moment are unbearably itchy. They're on my neck (which is more rash-like), my feet (severe, massive bumps), my legs, arms, sides of stomach, and underneath my belly button. I have dogs and have never been allergic to them before, but maybe my immune system is rejecting them now. It could be a new detergent ormaybe a bug, but I doubt that. It could be anything. Please help! 

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  • elizabethh144 August 25, 2009
    elizabethh144
    August 25, 2009

    i have them too and i'm very worried because of all the illnesses that have been going around. i get them checked sometime this week. im allergic to bees and i got stung the other day and didnt treat it so im guessing that's why. things like this can be very dangerous so you have to be careful.

    im also allergic to tide and my house keeper washes my clothes in tide. without knowing it, i put my clothes on and go through the day and when i come home, i find bumps on my arms and my legs.

     

    be aware at what your body is sensitive towards.

    i will make sure to let you know what my doctor says about these bumps somtime this week.

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  • James Leary August 07, 2014
    James Leary
    August 07, 2014

    bailey112394,

     

    I know it has been a while since you posted, but I wondered if you have found any relief?  I am not a doctor and can't diagnose you, but hives are often an allergic reaction to food, medicine, or an environmental condition.  You seem to have picked up on that, but were you exposed to anything new that you can think of?  People also can develop allergic reactions at any time in their lives.  If you are still bothered by your symptoms, I would suggest that you see a physican who can give you full examination that includes you and your family's medical history.

     

    If you did find some relief, would you consider returning to the community to let us know how you are doing?  I'm sure that what you've learned would be of great help to others!

     

    Best of luck,

    James

     

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