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Skin on Head Sore

From time to the the skin on side and back of my head gets very sore.  There are no open sores or any rash but is extremely sore too touch.  only last a few days but will some times move from back to side.  Doesn't not hurt unless I touch or sometimes when pillow touches..
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Your answer seems to make sense to me although one answer about Vit. D answer because Dr. did put me on perscription D about 6 mon. ago for 30 days..
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352007 tn?1372857881
What happened to my post?.........Odd.
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983008 tn?1329925830
skin all over my body is super sensitive and has the sunburn feel or the feeling I'm coming down with something only I'm not,

Val
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231441 tn?1333892766
Have you checked your vitamin D levels?  Strangely I seem to get something like this when my D levels are low....  
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1396846 tn?1332459510
I get this way on my back and arm. It feels like it is sunburnt but only when touched by something or someone. For me it is a form of parasthesia, doctor put me on lyrica and it helps but still happens and I just have to wait it out.

Have you talked to your doctor?


Paula
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