I have began sufferign from this problem as well. Itr started about 3 or 4 weeks ago. Like all of you I thought I was crazy. I would scratch and see all the red, but then when I got ready to show someone it would be gone. I started taking Benadryl which helped but made me too sleepy. Then my doctor gave me Singulair which helps witht othe rallergies but not this. I am 30 years old and recently I have not been anywhere new or tried any new products so I don't understand or have any clue where this is coming from. I am so tired of itching and not being able to sleep. My doctor gave me some prescription last week that starts with an L, sorry I forgot the name. It helped for a few days but now the itching is back. Going to see an allergy specialist on Thursday. Hope I can get some answers. I will post if I get any good news.View Thread
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