Whenever I begin to sweat, I get an uncomfortable pinprick sensation, mainly on my back and on the backs of my legs. I have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, essential tremor, and arthritis. I am a young woman, although the medical conditions I just mentioned are usually associated with older people.
I also have a seemingly unrelated problem with little raised red dots on the top of one of my feet. They do not itch or hurt. They are arranged in a circle. My grandma insisted that it was ring worm (it doesn't look like ring worm at all) and my aunt said that it looked like deer ticks (they're not ticks). They have been there for quite some time...at least 2 months.
Anyways, any insight into this would be helpful.
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