i have a itchy rash all over my body. It looks like goosebumps. i've been to the doctor and he does not know what it is. I will see a specialist in march. I'm worried and have no idea what is causing this rash and i can't stop the itch. Does anyone have any ideas on what this may be?
Same thing here. Except, this has happened to me before a few years ago. about a week ago it started up AGAIN!
It started with a round rash that looked similar to a ringworm rash. Then like a week later I got the bumps that spread EVERYWHERE.
I went to the doctor for it, and said it was some sort of virus ( i don't recall what it was called). He said there wasn't really a cure for it, but to use Cortisone cream to deal with the itchy. After a few weeks (i remember it taking forever) it eventually went away.
So that's what I'm hoping for this time. If it gets any worse i guess I'll have to see a doctor again :/
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