This is absolutely ridiculous that DOCTORS don't know what this issue is iv had enough and so has everyone else. Clearly it is a big issue that needs to be studied!
I have 4 re occurring bumps that do not actually go away - they become invisible to site but if touched or itched a little they come back as big looking bites!!!!
This has been going on for a year now.
Places where these bites are:
Right index finger right on top near the knuckle.
Right arm pit on the far outer side.
Left side of arm right above boob (near collar bone)
Left leg side of inner thigh near pubic region.
Someone please figure this out, will be much appreciated.
Possibly 'localized dermographism'(Cause not known). Firm stroking causes leading to reappearence of the rash.Cause is supposed to be relese of histamine in some persons, due to exaggerated respose.Neurodermatitis is a more commonly accepted diagnosis here.
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