I just read one posting after another and each one was MY story. I'm sorry to hear that there are so many of us and glad at the same time. I carry ice packs with me because I never know when it will hit. Ice is the only thing that works for me. My family can't believe that I can leave ice on my arms for as long as I do; but in order to numb the nerve I have to leave it on for long periods. Some of the other postings mentioned menopause and Susan Summers bio-identicals. I think I'll give that one a try! Hang in there. . . .together surely we will find something that works!!!

Posted By Dawn Downum on December 07, 2007 at 11:23:50:

In Reply to: Re: Intense localized itching on arms posted by Dawn Snell on December 03, 2007 at 23:32:39:

Proven effective in the treatment of swelling and edema of the ankle joints. Controlled, uniform compression throughout entire effected area.

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