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Feeling itchy under chin, spread to chest shoulders, blades, tingling down arms and stomach area. Feels better with antibiotics. Concerned

hi,my name is adam and i have had a worsening condition for around four years.thought it might be an asbestos pipe came in contact with but just read about fibromyalgia.started with itch under chin spread through throat chest shoulders,blades,tingling down arms and into stomach area,gets a bit better with antibiotics.feels like riddled with cancer but tingling has subsided others getting worse.had lots bloods and xrays all negative.any help greatly apreciated.
Asked On : Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hi, Adam
Thanks for your query.
The symptoms of itching under the chin and other parts of body do not seem to be related to fibromyalgia. You don't have any symptom typical of fibromyalgia like fatigue, muscle pain, joint pain, etc. Nor you have any cancer.So don't feel tensed.

But you have this itching for 4 years . You need to consult a dermatologist for detailed history and examination so that proper diagnosis be made and appropriate treatment be started.

Hope this helps you.

Answered: Sat, 15 Jun 2013
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