I have a strange new thing happening which has been going on for several weeks now. It is not painful or disabling but mildly irritating.
I feel like a hair is tickling a part of my body. It usually happens in a finger or under toes or on the arm. There is no pattern to when it happens but it does happen at some point every day and lasts for several minutes. I try and brush it away but it remains for a few minutes then goes. There is no loose hair there.
There is no reason for me posting this other than a mild rant.
Hi Sarahsmom, I don't even know what it is whether it is a parathesia or whether it is anxiety related, its just damned annoying. Could it be anxiety? I don't feel stressed but I am a stressy person if that makes sense.
Yep parasthesia. It is too funny because I was so excited yesterday when there actually was a hair on my shirt rubbing my arm. Usually it just feels like it, but there is not one. I probably look ridiculous spinning in circles looking for a hair on the back on my shirt lol.
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