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Itchy rash spreading on the arm and neck after working in the yard. Allergy?

I developed a itchy rash after working in my lawn. The rash started on the inside of my elbows and has spread to wrists, ankles, waist and neck. It has been three days and has gotten better but has not gone away completely. Each area randomly itches now. I have never had this type of reaction after working in the yard however it is a new yard for me. I just hope its not something more that I should be worried about.
Asked On : Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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welcome to health care magic,
regarding your query it seems that your skin is allergy to some substance in your lawn like hay flowers or any thing like that...
some one may get very severe breathlessness due to allergy some gets sneezes depending upon their immune got only body rashes..try anti allergic relieve this itching..
but finally you have to quit that lawn..
For further working there you may get more severe changes in the body(already said)..
try avoid working there or search new place ...
have a speedy recovery
hope you will satisfies with my answer
thank you
Answered: Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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