I have had this condition for about a year now. My dermotologist tried everything last year (x-rays, bloodwork, sunscreen) until she told me to go see my allergy dr. and get retested. I spent an hour w/my allergist last Friday and she had extensive bloodwork done. Will know in 2 weeks if I am crazy or not. I am convinced that this is a reaction to some sort of mold (I live in Houston, TX - very humid climate, and this ONLY happens to me during the warmer months). I walked into a gymnastics facility today with my daughter that had the blow-in insulation all over the ceiling and my arms went NUTS. I have to soak daily in Aveno bath and it has to be COOL water. Warm water only makes it worse. I am glad that there are others out there like me. Would like to read more from you.

Posted By D. Barnhart on June 29, 2008 at 20:44:03:

In Reply to: Re: Intense localized itching on arms posted by Barb Hedin on June 03, 2008 at 11:56:01:

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