The rash is the same all the time, it randomly itches, especially at night, after I get out of a hot shower, it itches in the shower when the hot water hits my legs & body, little areas on my back itch, & bumps appear. I’ve had bed bugs before, not anymore (I’m sure of it) & these new bites resemble the bed bug bites I used to get; when I feel an itch, I scratch it & a bump would rise & the area would turn red. These new bites/ rash is a bit different though- like you said if I sleep in a different place I can tell for sure- when me & my boyfriend both sleep at a night at his house in Coney Island, the itching appears the same in the shower & before I go to sleep at night- as to when we spend the night at my house in the same bed & shower. Not to get too personal, but explain a little more; we sleep in the same bed, take a shower at the same time, use the same body soap, wash ragg, towels, sheets, & sometimes clothes, we are also sexually active, so we think what we’re doing is basically pass it back & forth to eachother because of the skin-to-skin contact continuely, therefore if its scabies I would think this would explain everything. But I’m still clueless as to what to do, nor what I could do. You mentioned taking oral Benadryl, we did that & that stopped the itching but for only a couple of hours. You also mentioned skin follicles, I deff. have no doubt that it could be this, because we haven’t been in a hot tub, & the rash/ bites are presistant all over our bodies.
You wanted to know more about if the itchy changed- No, it doesnt, its been the same for about 2 months now. Except the itchiness isn’t so intense on my inner theighs & no more red veins are popping out like broken blood vessels. Yes, it does lessen 3-4 hours after a hot a shower. No, there is no crusting or scaling at all, so I guess that rules out hives. Any more questions would help me clarify & explain more detail in this.
There is also no mm burrows on our waists or wrists, no tiny red veins, just some itchy random bumps, sometimes they appear & start itching for like 30 minutes straight, then they stop itching, go away, then return again sometime in the night. Lastly you also mentioned; cholinergic urticatia, I’m about to look more into that, I’m not sure what that is, I never heard of it. Thank you for all your help, I hope everything I stated can help yet again indentify this so I can cure it already. Thanks again
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