I noticed the last week or so. I was really itchy on my upper back. I did have some dried up moles burned off my back about 2 months ago by my dermatologist. I only see red where I am scratching. Nothing seems to be there. I am menopausal. One night I was sweating and I was so itchy especially my back. That doesnt happen too often. The other day I went next door, they have pets. My knuckle on my left hand was so itchy. Like I got bit by something like a flea. It went away but there is a red mark. I also just came from my stepfathers house and I was itchy by my left shoulder again they have a dog. It was so itchy but it is gone and nothing there. This is not all day long but comes and goes. What is this? I only use moisturizer on my face. I dont put anything on my body. Just soap and water when I shower. I am highly allergic to cats and perfumes. I do use perfumed soap for clothes and softener. I did buy the scent free today to see if that helps. Thanks for listening.
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