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Intense itching right inside arms, all foldings, neck. What is it?

Hello my name is Luisa, iam very annoyed by this intense itching right inside of my arms, specially all foldings, and neck. Its so hard not to scratch because it leaves me with red that later turns into dark patches that wont go away for even a year or at all for that matter. Its so sad and embarrassing, its eating up my life.
Asked On : Sun, 31 Mar 2013
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Jun 2013
Hi there ~

I understand your concerns. I believe the itching is due to an infection or an allergy, in either case you should be visiting with a dermatologist to get a diagnosis and a cure. Up until that time using benadryl or avil for the itching will help. I hope you understand. If the dermatologist believes that a psychiatrist is the best person to help please consult one as soon as possible.

I hope this helped and I wish you the very best. Take care!
Answered: Sun, 26 May 2013
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