all so have this giant red patches that appear on different parts of my body, i have been to specialists ,,blood was take and exrays ,,, hives was ruled out because of the length of the break out, my eye has swollen shut,, my ear, my chin, my hands have swollen so bad i could not shut them ,,,,my torso has been covered with swollen all most blister like burns.....i have started taking pictures of the because when i get to the doctors the spots are not there,,,,this is embarassing and very painful........ someone has to know what this is...View Thread
have the same thing,,big giant welts on my face hands feet, legs,,,they itch, then burn. its very uncomfortable ,,,,i have been to 3 doctors, most say it not hives because it will last for days... they tell me what it isn't, but not what it is, REDSCORP start taking pictures,,,,they speak louder than wordsView Thread
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