I had the same problem for years. Dermotologist couldn't find anything, thought it was the sun exposure, no hope. Then it stopped for about a year (blessing). Then it started again. No apparent lesions, bumps, rash etc. I finally narrowed it down to a common denominator; Lipitor (for high cholestral). I had just switched back to Lipitor because the Crestor I had been taking was not on my retirement insurance. It was just a hunch but I quit Lipitor and went back to Crestor. It's now gone for good. Amen.

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

Allows full dexterity of the fingers and thumb, yet limits wrist flexion. Longer length for greater wrist control and increased immobilization. Latex Free.

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