I am posting a update on the Neurontin. I told you all my dr & i discussed this because i had taken her some info on brachioradial pruritus & she seemed to think this might help. It has helped more than anything i have tried. The only problem is it is almost summer & that is when i really itch. I guess i will have to keep my arms covered up. I do still have some itching especially at nite, but i just get out my ice pack. I only take my Neurontin at nite now(2). I might have to start taking more when i get out in the sun. I will have to say this has been a better year than the past. One horrible thing is my dr, who is the only one that has really spent time listening to me & trying to help, has moved to Florida. I really almost cried. Now the search begins for another dr. It seems the women drs are more sympathetic to this also. You all might do some research on the brachioradial pruritus & see about these symptoms.

Posted By BECKYS on April 06, 2010 at 11:52:52:

In Reply to: Intense localized itching on arms posted by Christie Baker on January 25, 2005 at 14:29:14:

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