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Bites on waistline, scaling skin on buttocks. Can you help?

Yes, Hello and thank you Ive just switched jobs and am off training and at full salary and haven t been to the dr. in about 4 months and ive had a rash that started about a year ago and and seen a dermatologist for it, and am convinced stress brings it on along with dry skin conditions , and the prescription i have for triamcinolone acetonide lotion 1 percent is helping but not any more than the Vaselaline lotion i use in my opinion. My main concern is i have hard bites that have appeared at my waistline and scaly sking on my butt cheeks where they touch and, these seem to be more extreme symptoms and larger and more persistent of what ive been experiencing on my arms, legs, thighs, and elbows, and sides of my palms, that diminish quickly with my lotions. . I also work 12 hour shifts and notice after several hours i start to itch and with multiple layers it comes on. Can you help please? thank you! YYYY@YYYY is my address.
Asked On : Sun, 31 Mar 2013
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Hi ! Of course stress could be a factor for your symptoms. However this could be some allergic manifestation to some new kind of food/drink/drug/dress material like wool if that is the case. Possibly you can try with some good skin moisturiser after consulting your dermatologist, along with some anti histamines and a lot of liquids orally. Thanks and take care.
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