I have read some of the reponses you have recieved and have noticed some common links. I know the exact time this "itch" started for me. In July 1991, I had been laying out in the lake for several days tanning. At first, I thought some kind of bug or fungus and got under my skin and was eating me alive. About that same time (1991), I began seeing a chiropractor. I don't see the med's being anything for me, because I have been of a multitude of different kinds and the itch is always been the same. I do have food allergies to chocolate and tomatoes. I also have asthma, rhumatoid arthitis, and spondylosis in my neck. I have four sister's and it only affects two of us. We both have had great emotional greif. (We both have had to bury our baby girls). I don't know if the "Itch" is due to the spine, the nerves, sun, or emotional, but, I do know it is affecting my life. Is there anyone out there that has anything in common with me on these things? If so please respond. I had NO idea there were so many of us out there.

Posted By Lorie on September 27, 2007 at 06:12:02:

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