Thank you for your response...I posted a reply comment to you. I am pregnant with my first child, will be 36 next Sunday, so I have not been able to have an MRI or use any prescription creams this year, but will try your recommendation after Baby is born. I am going to try to find a doctor who might be willing to REALLY look into brachioradial pruritus--it is very real, and so many people suffer with it, and I can see how it leads to emotional issues or depression, b/c it is so frustrating and having sleepless nights with no hope for relief or a cure can make one depressed! Do you think, based on what you've read on BRP, that this is also what you have? Does yours come and go every year, only on arms, etc.... Thanks, Tracey (steamboattracey)
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