Hello. I'm a 32 female and for the last 10 years I have had small red lesions or sores that itch like crazy appear on different spots of my body. They started on my thighs and then moved to my chest and then my calves and then neck. They itch like crazy and turn into small sores then scabs and then freckles. They started out few in number and have gotten worse over the ten years. I've been to almost every doctor you can imagine and no one knows what it is. I've had three biopsies taken and the last one came back as something pointing to Grover's disease but they weren't convinced that is what it is. I thought it might be mast cell disease but not sure. My body is being overtaken with freckles. Please help if you have any ideas. Thank you.View Thread
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