Not quit sure how to explain this. I am getting large flat rises in my arms and legs some with a small indent in the middle. (I know that it sounds like ring worm but I have had them before and these do not itch) They come usually while I am asleep and are gone before I go to sleep the next night. They seem to grow before they diasappear. They are red tinted. Also at the same time I am getting what feels like large lumps under my skin. These make my skin very hard where the lump is. They hurt and the skin itches where they are. There is no outward markings where these are except to feel them. Both of these are on my forearm below the elbow, bottom of my feet, my inner thigh and my buttocks. Also, not sure if this is related, I have lost a tremendous amount of hair lately. It has become unusually thin and I have (or had) very thick hair. This has been going on for 2 months.
Any advice would help. I have no medical insurance right now. I am 20 years old.
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