I am hoping someone has ideas about this because I am going nuts. For the last week, I have been itchy all over my body. It is even worse at night, causing me to lose lots of sleep. I don't know what is causing it though. There are no rashes, it doesn't matter if I have juust taken a shower, and there are no bugs. I have washed our sheets even to no avail. My husband and kids are not having any issues; it is just me. It feels like one of those roaming itches that just won't go away. Its constant and to irritating to ignore. I was thinking it could be a medication side efrect, but I am not on any new ones. The most recent additions were Depakote in November and Magnesium oxide in December for my migraines I suffer from. So, if anyone has any ideas, I am all ears!!!!! ThanksView Thread
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