Wow, so glad to find out other people are like me. I get the rash all over my upper body, neck, stomach, chest, back, shoulders, but never my legs or arms. This time it is also on my forehead! I have been getting this rash for about 5-6 years now. I am 31. I just had a miscarriage yesterday and broke out with the rash yesterday. Its like my body is expressing itself anytime I have any type of bodily trauma such as a cold, flu, sore throat, body aches, and now during my miscarriage. Very weird. What is also strange is that when I was pregnant with my 2 1/2 year old I never had the rash the whole 9 months.. and of course was sick with nausea, etc. and never had the rash..as soon as my daughter was born, the rash was present. Very good to know I am not the only one who gets this. Mine is like others describe it, bumps that soon all run together and look like a bad sunburn- lasts about 48-36 hours but never any longer. Sometimes may itch, but usually does not. I have had chicken pox before but that was a long time ago. Have also not had any doctors able to tell me what it is that I have. Hope some day we can figure this out!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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