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Having raised, itchy bumps all over the body. Is it because of stress?

For the past two weeks my entire body has been itching extremely bad..i m miserable..and theres little raised bumps where i have been constantly itching now..I dont know if this is because of stress or what else it could be from?? I m not anymore stressed than i normally would be and I have no allergies I am aware of. What could it be???
Asked On : Tue, 20 Nov 2012
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Hi thanks for your question.The small raised bumps whcih your mentioning could be due to constant itching.
Itcung could be due to some allergens present in your environment or you might be consuming some food to which you are allargic
Other common cause of itching include scabies ,which is infection and involves whole body.
I would suggest you to consult some physician to differentiate between allergic reaction amd scabies
further management will depenf on diagnosis.
Hope this answer your question.
Answered: Tue, 20 Nov 2012
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