So a few days ago I noticed some little pink and red bumps on my chest area. I got a similar rash from being in the sun too long without sun block but it was only where I burned my skin.
Yesterday I noticed these little bumps started appearing all over me. Some look like red broken blood vessels, others look like pink bumps. I don’t know what it’s from. It’s all over my arms, my legs and my stomach. Not my face…. I thought maybe from using a new soap BUT I haven’t used any new soap. It’s not bed bugs….I have a cat but I’m not allergic to her. I don’t have any food allergies as far as I know. I’m itchy but not uncontrollably itchy. I’m just a little itchy. They rash is all over but tiny enough that you can’t see it unless you come really close to me. I’ve been changing my eating habits but I thought for the better. I started nutrisystem but I don’t eat the same products every day. Maybe there is something in all their foods that has made me break out like this…. Help please!
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