I am a 44 yo male, reasonably fit (walks), who also drinks, smokes and has a reasonable diet. No previous problems, though I apparently have a kidney stone (though I believe it is probably unrelated).
My symptoms are persistent 'itchy bites'. Not unlike mosquito bites. I regularly have 5 or more at a time, though I tend to 'break out'. Only one other person (besides my immediate family) has noticed and mentioned it. They occur anywhere on my body though thankfully, and strangely, not around the genitals. Ofter around the hairline on my forehead, the sides of my neck, the front of my shoulders/chest, generally down the backs of my arms, and anywhere on my legs, but not the bottom of my feet. I regularly get them around the edges of my ears. It's not debilitating, just bloody annoying. They do get very itchy, and go from a small slightly itchy bump into a larger, redder, more itchy bump (still mosquito bite sized) about a minute after being itched. Just writing this down makes me think I'm getting bitten by something, or having an allergic reaction to something, but could there be something else? Perhaps something someone else has experienced that is very similar?
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