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Red marks on skin after scratching, itching, feels warm from inside

im 29 years old. i usually get this red marks on my skin, it comes in which ever position i scratch and can see the marks red in that way and it itches v badly, n i feel it very warm from inside but it is not warm to touch. Just wanted to know what it might be, coz usually it happens when am at home, n by the time i want to show to a derm its perfectly fine, so dono wot to describe it as. Description: Red rash comes along whereever scratched in the same line, like if i scratch with 3 fingers, u can see three finger lines of red rash...which is itchy and feels warm from inside.
Asked On : Sat, 6 Oct 2012
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Thanks for writing in HCM.
It seems you have urticaria or dermographism of skin.
For such patients visiting my OPD I prescribe oral and topical antihistaminics.
You need to visit your physician or dermatologist for proper diagnosis and treatment.
Answered: Fri, 30 Aug 2013
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