i have been doing some research of my own. i have been reading how high prolactin levels can cause itching. i am getting tested here before to long and will post my results for this. i have had severe itching for about 11 years and before that i had chronic hives for at least 4 years. and doctors do not have any answers and it is extremely frustrating. one doctor put me on prosac told me i had an obsessive compulsive disorder.guess what it did not help a bit. doctors do not realize just how miserable it is. i will keep my search up and i will eventually find something to cure this uncontrollable itch. it is deffinately internal. i have found that doing body cleanses helps a little not completely but does help to some degree. i do not like to take meds the side affects are usually worse than what you have. doctors are not out to find cures they are out to give you something that covers up the symptoms. there is no money in cures.
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