I have lesions on my body and I have had them for over a year. I have seen several doctors including a dermatologist and he has not been successful with his diagnosis/treatment. He has prescribed steriods and antibotics (Creams and Pills) and while I am taking them the itching subside but it's just the opposite when I eat/drink something sweet . The problem with this treatment my skin disorder never completely goes away. It feels like something is crawling under my skin and when I explain it to the doctors they seem baffled.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?