I have recently been breaking out in hard bumps resembling hives. It seems to be an evening thing. They don't hurt or even itch terribly bad, but they are profuse in size and number. Mostly on my scalp and hairline but I had them all over my back one night. They seem to go away in 3 or 4 hours and don't seem to have any other symptoms. I don't understand what is causing this. There isn't any thing new in my life to have instigated this. Hoping to find a cause and more importantly a way to avoid the reaction altogether.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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