"Hi. This all started about 6 weeks ago. I was going through some severe health anxiety regarding my afib. Anyway at that same time i started getting muscle twitching on the left side of my body. Started in left foot and calf. Then was fe..."
just yesterday i developed a sensitive area of skin on my right leg. It came on suddenly and only bother me when the area is touch by hand or clothing. I am thinking it my be from using too much laundry detergent since it came on..."
Just a quick note to say hi! Hi, I have had sensitive skin on my legs for four years. It is irritating just to wear long pants. I had to move from penna. to Fla. just to wear shorts year round. Went to dermatoligests, allargests have no rash so they can't help me. It is like a sun burn eritation if its cold out side then it isn't as bad in long pants but went its warm out then my legs heat up and pants just drive me nuts. I thought I was the only one with this problem. If you ever come up with an answer let me know. thanks del
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