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    Angry Red Dry patches, sometimes itchy


    A few months ago, the inside of my thighs almost down to my knees started itching and all of a sudden these dry red patches and bumps showed up. Now it has spread to my underarms and above my waist on my sides. It's very ugly, and very annoying. It rarely itches, but when it does it drives me crazy.

    I've suffered from allergies and allergic reactions my entire life, from coming in contact with my dog after he'd been bathed (I was allergic to his shampoo), from dust, grass, tapioca pudding, mosquitos, etc. but I've grown out of most of them and they've slowly went away as I've reached my 20s. I'd really like to get rid of this, but I can't afford to go to the doctor or dermatologist, so it would be nice if anyone felt they could help...if any of you have experienced the same symptoms or found out what it is. Thanks!

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    Smile Maybe I could help

    Dear miss indiana,

    first thing first you should not eat :
    1. egg
    2. Meat
    3. Everything that fried.
    4. Instant food

    and should eat :
    1. vegetables
    2. fruit
    3. steam rice or brown bread

    and try to squirt your G spot 2 times a day till the liquid are clear.( this is quite strange but it work in 3 days you'll got the excellent result)

    best regrds,

    Susan

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    i get them on my inner thighs and my arm pits, lots and lots of lotion!!!! lol i cant stand it and it drives me batty but i just rub down with lotion like 10 times a day and it clears up in a day or two.

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    WOW!
    I just get some Benadryl and it works for me
    Quitters never win; Winners don't give in

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    it is probably eczema i had the same problem and my doc said thats what it was. its just like an allergy

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    I got something like that once but it was from the cold winter season.

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    This thread is fron 2007. Let' stick to current stuff please
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