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What could be the reason for the itchy arm ?

today i was taking a pop quiz and out of no where my arm started with a itch but then it started to itch even more and my veins where like popping out and where i was scratching started to cut but it itched a lot so i kept scratching it but i rely tried to stop when yellow ozzey thing was coming out i asked to to to the bath room and i garbed a paper towel and wet it then wrapped it around my arm till i got home my mom put some ice pack on with a towel around it im typing with one arm help plz
Asked On : Fri, 18 Mar 2011
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Dear Kissingbirds, Welcome to Healthcaremagic!
Problem you describe is common thing which we call a 'neurodermatitis', repeated many times it may result in an LSC.
Basic principle for you now is to ignore the itching & apply plain coconut oil & take an antihistamine like ceterizine 10 mg daily for few days. If problems persists, consult a dermatologist.
Answered: Fri, 18 Mar 2011
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