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    Jun 16, 2010, 05:28 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by fabulastical View Post
    I also make other opeople itch when I am near them. At the beginning of this I almost got sectioned as the doctor thought I was seeing things but thankfully the pyschiatrist he sent me to (in a locked ambulance) asked me why I had been sent there and did I have the taxi fare to get home! He also said he would be putting a complaint in against the doctor and suggested I did too but thats another story. I believe this started with a tiny gnat or similar that flew into my eye and I never managed to get out, or after buying a second hand suede coat from a shop that supports animal charities. A few hours after wearing it I had a large angry red circle on one elbow. This only lasted a few hours but my elbow is still not as it was before.
    Because of the incident with the doctor I wouldnt dream of askin for help incase I end up almost sectioned again, in fact I dont tell anybody about it and go to great lengths to hide my discomfort. I have found Vicks also works for me, and have had some results with tea tree oil which i sprinkle on a damp cloth to wipe woodwork down. Its a constant battle to keep the home dust free but I do my best. I do get down at times but I only have to look at my daughter and I can feel the strength coming back to me. I have posted so that symptoms can be compared and so that you also know its a world wide problem, best wishes to you all.
    I'm afraid my only suggestion to you would be another physician, as your symptoms seem to go beyond those caused by insects/environment. You may have some nerve tissue damage causing the "web feelings" and the skin sensitivity. If you ask the doctors about neuropathy they may not be so quick to assume psychological causes.
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    Sep 14, 2010, 09:41 PM
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    Sep 14, 2010, 09:42 PM
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    Those little white oval things are the culprits here,

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