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Unexplained Itching

Skin Health | Last Active: Mar 8, 2023 | Replies (74)

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Hi @becca123 and welcome to Mayo Clinic Connect. You will see that your post is now part of a discussion taking about unexplained itching. I moved it here so you could connect with members like @artscaping, @artist01, @rhyo9 and @dsisko

How long has this been going on with you?

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Good evening @becca123. I would also like to welcome you to Connect. Our moderator @amandaburnett has suggested that you may need some help with severe itching. I don't know if I have solved it....however I have found something that works immediately within 15 or 20 minutes and lasts about 6 hours. It is a topical called Dermeleve with no steroids.

It is not a fix-it forever treatment. It gives you immediate relief on a temporary basis. I also use a heavy-duty topical when my flare is being stubborn and trying to hang on. It is called Tacrolimus ointment. You can use it twice a day and it helps for the long haul.

In the group "Skin Health" look for discussions about unexplained itching or neuropathic itch. @johnbishop has also posted about how to contact the company for more information on Dermeleve in the same group.

In your comment, you mention bumps and rashes. I start a flare with the bumps and know that I had better do something ASAP if I don't want the rash to appear.

Do you think that your itching condition is aroused when emotionality or stress is high?

May you be free of suffering and the causes of suffering.