I had a skin biopsy It was inconclusive, I also had an ANA test which came back positive for Lupus. And no I did not see each doctor once, there were repeated visits, At a $50 copay each, I cannot keep going only to have no answers. Thanks for the response.View Thread
I have this problem too. I have been to three dermalogists, and now an allergist and nothing helps. I am on Allegra once a day but all is does is make the itchng a little less intense -- the rashes are still there. The stomach is the worst, I cannot sleep at night because I can't stand anything touching it. I have a drawer full of creams and lotions that do not work.View Thread
I have a very similar problem and the dermatologist has not helped me at all. Every cream that I have tried has burned so badly I have to wash it off (even plain vaseline). It's much worse at night, I cannot sleep at all. I tried taking Benadryl and that dopesn't help either.View Thread
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