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Wierd occuring rash

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • June 23, 2007
  • 03:02 AM

Ive had this problem with my skin for about a year now. I went to an allergist and tested positive to anything which was found to be a miss reading because what actually accured was my skin reacted to the ****k of the metal thing he used to puncture my skin, then he got a back stratcher and ran it down my back and it looked like someone had slashed my back with a knife. I tend to have these symptoms of skin turning red and occasionally itchy, at night it is usually just my head that gets itchy. Also it reacts to temperature if a rest my forhead against something cold i will have a red mark on my forhead for approximately 10minutes. Also when playing contact sports if i get bumped you can see exactly where the opposition has bumped me because theres a huge red mark where ever it occured. Ive been on antihistamines for about a year now and they seem to generally calm the effects occasionally except sometimes it doesnt really make a difference. Im interested in finding out more about this. If you have any more questions regarding the issue feel free to ask

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