I noticed itchy bumps concentrated on a cut from wire on my leg, after traveling on a plane. Now they appear mostly on legs and forarms in single, unless I have a scratch or cut, where they concentrate again. Over 4 years, 5 doctors,4 antibiotics, every test offered , creams, cleansers, diet changes, home cleansing.... they may reduce but never go away. Waxing my forarms reduced that area to next to nothing (do not shave). A few always show up during ovulation/period. THE ONLY THING THAT HAS HELPED: MGP, a topical scalp steroid solution (.05%) that I dot a tiny bit on each spot immediatly and when itching begins and it stops promptly! This reduces scaring and in about 5 days they are gone. They have reduced considerably over time.Good LuckView Thread
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