For the past few months i've had a rash on my forearms and on my forehead which go away and seem to usually come around the time i get stressed. So I;ve been on lexapro. During the time i have had these rashes I've been prescribed mentax, zertax, methypredisolone,betamethasone, none of these have worked. My rashed usually look llike small clumps of hives. they become inflamed and are bright red at times sometimes itchy also. When they are not itchy they turn into dry patches of skin. The rashes on my left arm are worse then my rash on my right i also have a rash on the left side of my forehead. Now I have painful bumps on my lips two on the top left and two on the lower lip even top to bottom. my left lymphnode under my jaw is also swollen. and my tongue is also sore or the tip hurts when i roll my tongue. And in the past week I seen my doctor and had blood test done and everything was fine. We do have a history of thyroid problems, which we thought i had an over active thyroid and that was not the case. Any ideas whats going on with my body?
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