ve been told by some friends that they have it too , that this itch has no cure , and it goes away from its own .. its really disturbing ! but in some way i feel more relieved , now that i know that other ppl have it too ! same symptoms , same "tryies" for solution us most of you guys !View Thread
ok now i know what i m dealing with .. i read many stories of you guys , and i have the same problem !
i figured out that it usually takes effect when i m "hot" .. example , when i m in a hot shower , when i run , when i m nervous , when i have sex , or even worse , when i m in a really tiny space with too many ppl , and there is heat . I get itchy all over my body and i CANT stop my self from scratchin ! everyone thinks that i am sick , or dirty and i hate that ! i thought that this problem came from too many baths , i thought that " somethings missing from my body " or maybe "the water is not good " or " the shower gel is not good " ..
dont know what to do , i tryied a lot of things.. if anyone can suggest me something please send me a message on my email Stelaras_G@hotmail.com or in facebook (Goutziamanis Stelios) thanks a lot !View Thread
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