i went tannin for a month (last month),with this package i got for my birthday,and Ive been tanning before but for some reason this time i have two dry little itchy bumps,and btw Ive only been with one man for 3 years so its nothing like that.I just cant stand them any more and their kind of worrying me,so if any one knows whats itching me let me know thanks:)
Well, without a detailed description or a clinical evaluation it would be difficult to determine the cause of the bumps. Itching or pruritis can be caused by a number of causes. It can result from dry skin, infection, inflammation, allergy, insect bites, fungal infection, dermatitis, allergies, hives, scabies, liver diseases causing jaundice, renal diseases, metabolic disorders etc. Localised itching is more likely to be an allergy, infection or inflammation. It would be best to have this evaluated by a primary care physician or a dermatologist for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate management.
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