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Itchy, Itchy by Cyborg Queen Patient Expert The bandages are so itchy!!! Driving me up the wall. I found some anti-itch cream, and put quite a bit on my forehead. Cannot wait for Wednesday! I have sensitive skin. When I had the catheter...
Most likely you are allergic to one of the ingredients in the suppliment. Maybe changing the brand and ensuring that all the ingredients are natural vitamins rather than a synthetic version could help also. Also have a look
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 with clothing, hats, and
comes in complaining of itchy nipples is Paget's disease of the breast.  So go tell your physician... that you're finally entering menopause!  However, I haven't heard of menopause being related to itchy areolas...
the duration and the fact that you're also complaining of itchiness and nasal drainage, I wonder...
Hey Rebecca, Whatever the reason that is causing you itch in your heart-I do not know. Have you consulted with your family physician? Do that first. After that you can practice daily : Nadi Shodhana or Anulom-Vilom Pranay
Have you changed your soaps, lotions and/or detergents lately?  Perhaps this is contact dermatitis?  Have you stayed overnight in any hotels lately?  There've been reports of bed bug infestations.  Have you been outdoors?  Pe
How is your rash now? Try a medically tested moisturiser or aloe vera gel when you get them. Moisturisation can prevent and reduce flare ups.
I haven't had much experience with feet odors, so my comments are pretty shallow and are about things you may have already done. Wash your sneakers and let them air-dry. Wear synthetic socks that will help "wick" your sweat a
I didn't mean to sound insensitive to your dog's urge to itch or chew at her incision.  Most dogs really do adapt nicely to the Elizabethan collar concept.  However, your question about a topical product is a valid one.  D

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