What does it mean if my skin itches constantly
Itchy skin (pruritus) can have hundreds of possible causes. It may be the result of a rash or another condition, such as psoriasis or dermatitis. Or itchy skin may be a symptom of an internal disease, such as liver disease or kidney failure. ChaCha! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/what-does-it-mean-if-my-skin-itches-constantly ]
More Answers to "What does it mean if my skin itches constantly"
- What does it mean if you have an itch inside your skin?
- Itching under the skin is caused by many conditions including Allergies and Fungal infections, dry skin is another cause. Would you like treatment suggestions? ChaCha
Related Questions Answered on Y!Answers
- Why does my dog scratch and bite herself constantly???
- Q: I have a 12 year old black poodle ( small )....and she is ALWAYS biting and scratching herself and gnawing at her paws. I cannot for the life of me figure out what is wrong with her!!! She is cut very short, she has flea and tick ( and insect in general) protection on, her toe nails are trimmed back, her skin isn't dry or raw, I bath her weekly ( she gets dirty outside a lot) in special shampoo that her vet recommended, she takes daily vitamin supplements and eats normally and is not over weight, and she gets "de -wormed" every 6 months...... I love her to death but she is driving my husband and I INSANE with the constant itching and biting...I don't know how to fix it...we dont really have the money to take her to a vet...and I highly doubt he would know what the deal is either....i mean if it keeps up then we will for sure take her...but what on earth could it be?she doesn't have fleas....her hair is too short for fleas and she wears monthly flee and tick prevention....
- A: Allergy. Could be to a number of different things, from her food, to grass to the same things people are allergic to. The vet can`t diagnose the cause, but can give her medication to ease the scratching and biting.
- Will rubbing your nose a lot make it fatter?
- Q: I'm serious.When my nose itches I just rub my nostrils or like push my nose up so it'll stop itching. It's hard to explain but you know what I mean. Everybody does it that way.But I do it CONSTANTLY. My mom got scared and said that I've been doing it for like 5 years now. She said that it'll make my nose grow a thicker skin at the tip.Is it true?If it IS true.....will me stopping it make that "skin" go away?
- A: Constant irritation of the skin in any area can cause the skin to callous or thicken, so she is correct.
- How can I get rid of this clogged sweat gland, or at least make it stop being itchy?! It's not a boil. Thanks!?
- Q: ok so I've had this bump the size of a quarter between my shoulder blades for almost a year. It constantly itches but when I showed it to my Dr. He just shrugged and carelessly went on to say "It's just a clogged sweat gland, it's nothing serious but it will never go away." So I ask him. "What can I do to stop the itching? What do you mean it will NEVER go away?! Can't it be lanced or something??" He replies, "Well some people get them to pop but I'll warn you it stinks like hell. Oh and it will just come right back" No answer on how to stop the itching. "!!!!!" Can anyone tell me how do I get this thing to stop itching and or get it to go away? It's under the skin, every now and then a very thin hair will grow out of what looks like an opening but it's not. it's not red, it's not scaly, it's just a hard itchy bump under my skin that's driving me insane. I don't know if it matters but I am diabetic so it may be a symptom or something. But the itching is driving me bonkers!
- A: It appears that your doc was not very helpful on this matter. Most of the time, these things eventually work their way to the surface of the skin, pop open, and drain, so it makes sense that a doc might dismiss this as unimportant. However, if this thing has lasted nearly a year and is causing itching, it's not unimportant. Sometimes the fluid dries up and forms a semi-permanent cyst - this appears to be your situation.Once a hardened cysts forms, the only treatment is surgical removal or waiting years for it to go away. Removal is pretty minor surgery that can be performed by a dermatologist in the office. You could make an appointment with a dermatologist to see what can be done.
Prev Question: Can I buy herpes
People also view