They are probably due to a rise in a nervous/immune system transmitter, histamine which can cause localized increases in blood flows within the skin, Grace. The skin is also rich in serotonin, a neurotransmitter implicated in
Hi James. The first thing you do to figure out the treatment is to find out what it is that you are treating ... you really should see your doctor to get a diagnosis as a first step. Good luck.
itching theory tested: results are inby
The itching continued but was less severe, more localized to my hands and fee and less frequent. Marvin... to the amount of ginger I ingest rather than an allergy. I had no rash or other physical symptom, only itching...
Just got diagnosed with Lupus last week. Is there any way to make yourself go into remission? Sounds like a malar butterfly rash. Even if in remission you should always protect your self from the sun...
This is not a menopausal symptom per se, so the best bet to figure out if you have an allergy or an infection or other skin condition is to see your gynecologist to determine what this is and appropriate treatmen