i itch everywhere head body etc i first started this after staying in a hotel room in dallas texas my dog is itching too and now my wife says shes starting to itch for her it took months to start i have distinct crawling sensations and itching i have no insurance and went to hospital er and doctor couldnt diagnose tried to say allergies but ill be truthful i have suffered so intensely i sprayed bug killer on my skin and it actually stopped them the itching stopped and it felt like intense tiny bites but than stopped the problem is when you shower and the pesticide comes off i lay on my bed and they slowly start back up again not just my body but my scalp too very intense itching crawling sensations and just recently it feels like they are crawling into my nose and ears i have never had mental problems i have a degree in engineering this is real not imagined i am itching right now as i write within one minute i can itch in 10 different parts of my body i am going bact to er today but with little hope for help
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