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D’ya ever feel ITCHY all over?

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HoosierDaddy Wed 18-Oct-17 16:24:31

Today my throat is itchy, same inside my ears, my eyes are gritty and my skin feels warm/scratchy - my throat was at me a bit last night, and I felt hot in bed, but as today goes on I just feel … squirmy … The itchy ear is waaaaaaay down in my ear, like at the back of my throat - I’ll never reach that with my pen lid….

*disclaimer- I KNOW not to put a pen lid in my ear. Don’t worry!

Kursk Wed 18-Oct-17 16:27:32

Withdraw symptoms😁

HoosierDaddy Wed 18-Oct-17 16:53:31

From what? Don't think I have inadvertently given up anything! The crisp habit is still going strong 😂

Spangles1963 Wed 18-Oct-17 19:31:11

Has anyone ever had an itchy tongue?! I've had it twice in my 54 years and it's absolute hell!

HoosierDaddy Wed 18-Oct-17 20:32:16

I can imagine- I have had an itchy roof-of-mouth before 😣

InternetHoopJumper Wed 18-Oct-17 20:51:34

All the time. I think I might be allergic to something as I often get it after a meal. But yeah, I'm itchy a lot.

MrsHathaway Wed 18-Oct-17 20:53:19

When I was itchy all over I was hyperthyroid.

dudsville Wed 18-Oct-17 20:54:23

Allergies? I get this often. Just itchiness without they symptoms I would normally associate with allergies such as sneezing. I once took an allergy tablet and it went away. I now keep some for when this happens!

Jaimx86 Wed 18-Oct-17 20:54:26

I get really itchy after eating my evening meal. All over! I have no idea what causes it as it happens with a wide range of foods.

midnightflowers Wed 18-Oct-17 20:58:21

I get this often! If I eat something scratchy (like a sharp bit of a breadstick) and get it to hit my left tonsil it stops the itchy way down in my ear. confused

midnightflowers Wed 18-Oct-17 20:58:46

Itching* not itchy

HoosierDaddy Wed 18-Oct-17 21:09:40

I took an antihistamine, that seemed to do the job. It was like the feeling you get when people talk about nits....

UserX Wed 18-Oct-17 21:46:39

Laundry detergent

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