Ocasional itchy red spots over joints(all fingers, ankles, elbows)
Hi, recently i have been having some kind of skin reaction to something. What happens is out of nowhere i would start feeling my fingers (inc ones on feet) or elbows or ankles itchy.
it only happens on thse places where there are joints. When it happens it usually stars on one of the places and in few minutes all of them start to feel itchy. The skin over the joints gos red, and after some time spots or bumps appear. The spots can spread a bit out of the place where the itching first started. This can all happen in 5-10mins and sometimss can last an hour or more.
I have started taking antibiotics because i tought it maybe was some kind of infection, but it has been few days since i started and it hasnt gone away.
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