Periodically I get hit with a malady I don't understand. The skin on parts of my body (not always in the same area) become hypersensitive to touch. There is no discoloration to the skin, no marks of any kind, nothing but pain. It is so intense at times that I have trouble sleeping and have to wear very loose clothing so there is as little contact with my skin as possible. It has occurred on my face, legs, abdomen, thighs, buttocks, feet -- it is usually localized to one or two areas but the pain is excrutiating.
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?