i have very weak skin from last hree months,i am 20 years old and this is my case
i have no rashes no spots nothing on my skin , simple and smooth
rashes on my back on shoulders which is common in heat here..but the problem is that i have very weak skin
i m fair..even after a small soft scratch .. it irritates my skin ..then there is a burning sensation after 2 min of the scratch and redness occurs with it.. affter 4 minutes there is swollen scratch very small..but it is there whenever and wherever i scratch...this condition remains for almost 20minutes then the skin is again back to normal
skin is so brittle that even if i open a door through handle my palms get red..
this has started from last three months..
first thought it was an ARS symptom but that says i should have rash.i have no rashes..what is the problem with me..please help
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