that sounds like mabye a allergic reaction to something. a friend of mine is allergic to soil (dirt) if you have been doing something new like taking vitamins or eating something different mabye you could try refraning from that for a few days and see if that helps it may also be possible that you have had an adult onset reaction to something that you werent allergic to b4 as for seeing a docter i know that in my state if you have no income you can see a doctor for free at a clinic info provided by your local health dep. good luck!
My Grandmaw always told me - if the palm of your hand itches, Someone's gonna give u money!
It might be a problem with your circulation. Maybe nothing major at all just the way your blood is flowing. I tend to get that feeling when I'm walking at a faster pace or working out. I know numbness in the feet and hands can be a sign of diabetes. Do you find your self having to urinate often - also a sign of diabetes.
I am having this same problem, which is why i found this thread...it's really odd and driving me nuts. it's been going on for several days - and it doesn't really start bothering my unless i start itching it...then once i start i can't stop! no sign of rash, nothing, just itching like it was poison ivy, under the skin, on my hand (only my left) and both my feet. it's very strange, and i have no food allergies as far as i know, unless i just developed one!
I have been suffering from this intense, though not constant itchiness of hands and feet just under the skin for the last 10 months or so. No Diabetese, allergies or side effects have been identified. I tried taking B complex Vit and these helped temporarily. Itchiness seems more pronounced after a shower or when it is cold.( By the way I love cold drinks and AC environment) By chance I discovered that wearing socks and gloves releives the symptoms within 5 minutes or so.
Would be greatful for any insights or experiences.
Several years ago I had this same problem and the itching was so severe that I would take my hands and feet and scrub them on the carpet to get relief. I went to the doctor because it went of for several months and it turned out to be dermatitus. There was nothing I could really do for it other than taking Benadryl and a Cortizone cream and just let it run it's course.