Hello, I have been trying to figure out what has been making my body itch lately. I have been itchy bouts over most of my body for a month now. Sometimes it's worse at night... I had a full std screen with all negative results. But I am not sure if that includes herpes scan.
I the itchy spots sometimes show a tiny red dot. And sometimes my skin looks like it has hives after a hot shower and is very itchy, but goes away after it cools.
I have had no lesions on or near my genitals.
A nurse, doc and dermatologist have all looked at my skin and have seen the tiny red spot on my inner thigh and on my buttocks. None of them mentioned herpes. Is this something I should ask them about? I am very worried and have been in a great amount of stress over this.
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