I just put in a search for pin prick feeling and found your comment. I notice this was 5 years ago, and am curious how this problem turned out. I felt pin prick around my breasts, groin and neck and saw round raised circular spots under breasts. A Dr. said it was scabies, two dermatologists said it wasn't. Of course, by that time I had sqeezed some blob type thing out of these, and they did not look the same when Drs looked. I have also had a feeling in my throat like something is stuck in there. Ultrasound on thyroid showed nothing unusual. I have not had any biopsies or any other tests. I was given steroid cream which I have used for 3 days now and taking zanax for anxiety(which has come on from this skin problem, as I imagine I have a parasite). Do you have any pearls of wisdom for me? Thank you!View Thread
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