Ive had a rash around my ankles now for 3 years of so that I think origanly started from poisen ivy or something like that and it tends to only be in the summer months that I have it. The doctor gave me some some cream ,fluocinonide. for it that makes it better but never goes compleatly away. Now Ive devoped for the last wek small welps all over my body that come to a head with clear fluid that of cource itch like crazy like my ankles. I think its the same thing. Any sugestion as to what it is. im am going to see a doc. Just thought I'd get another opion.
I am having an issue with welps that come up every so often on my face, arms stomach and back. I went to the doctor and he said it was nerves could this be it just started happening about three years ago and they go away about 5 minutes after they appear and they are like a small burning and itchy feeling. Please help! what do you think it could be or should I se a dermotologist.
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