Has anyone suffered from mysterious night scratches, I've been suffering from this phenomenon for the past two years. If so have you done any research to come up with any logical conclusion. Pleas read my bio for more information.
You might want to look at doing a sleep study. You might be doing this to yourself and not know it. That or do you have a cat?
I am not trying to be funny on the last comment, i really do hope you find the cause.
Are those actually scratches? I know stupid question but I've woken up with those but they weren't actually scratches. The skin felt smooth and everything, I could just see the lines. I got them from apparently working out and somehow stretching the skin or something? If those are actually scratches though then I'm not sure.
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