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Rashes,itchy, hair fall, stress. What could be this?

Hi, since last week on the inside of my arms has come out in a rash it is sometimes itchy and it's was burning last nite I haven't been having a good time since jan as I had a miscarriage and the stress of trying to get pregnant again is a nitemare my hair is falling out when I wash it and I had a massive Coldsoar last week do u think this is all stress related?
Asked On : Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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Stress is known to cause hair fall.
Rash is very rare as a symptom of stress except in a case of psychogenic itching and self injury.
You should consult skin specialist for the rash and itching and cold soar.
You should use stress management techniques for control of stress. stress is known to have some impact in pregnancy also.
You can do Relaxation techniques like yoga, meditation or self motivation.
If it is not controlled, you should consult psychiatrist.
Answered: Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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