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Hives on elbows, buttocks, thighs, itching, bruising. Due to excessive sweating or leukemia?

Hi I recently started working out and doing lots of cardio I get complelty sweaty, I started to get hive like bumps on my elbows butt cheeks and thighs, I have been really really itchy and have small bumps everywhere Itched soooo bad I have many bruises and purple tiny circles on my butt what possibly could be going on? I have lupus also, I also got a down item for my bedding and that seemed to made it worse I took it off perhaps I have a skin irritant? I m having an anxiety attack I think I have leukemia
Asked On : Thu, 3 Jan 2013
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your symptoms are not typical of leukemia. hives may be acute and chronic. urticaria has got several factors like temparature change, specific food, allergens, but commonly idiopathic. treatment is not very helpful you have to avoid the precipitating factors. you should consult dermatologist.
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