Are you wondering, “Why does my stomach itch?” Then read on to find out some of the most common causes of itchy stomach, with or with no rash, and why itching is common during pregnancy. We will also highlight how to treat and get rid of itchy skin rashes on the stomach and the associated symptoms such as bumps.
Why does my wrist itch so much? If the question sounds familiar, you are not alone. Itchy wrists affect many people at some point in their life. The itching may or may not have an accompanying rash. Read on to discover some of the possible causes of an itchy wrist with or without rash.
Tattoo itching is a problem that affects many people after getting new “ink.” It is a normal part of the healing process, but in some cases, it may be a sign of infection. The itching varies from mild to severe. Here we discuss some possible causes of an itchy tattoo as well as ways in which you can make the itching stop.
Black Period Blood and Discharge Before, After, and At the Beginning of Period: Causes and When to Be Concerned
Black period blood is normal but it may also be a sign of a health problem. It may or may not be accompanied by clots. When experienced, it usually occurs on lighter days at the end of the period. It is, however, possible to experience brown or black period blood at the beginning of your period or throughout the “cycle”. You can also experience dark menstrual blood or discharge in between periods when factors such as botched pregnancy are involved. This article investigates the reasons why your period blood may look black.
Burning legs and feet can make you pretty uncomfortable, not to mention interrupt your daily routine, especially if the problem occurs at night. Depending on the underlying cause, it may occur in a specific area of the leg only (e.g., above the knee), or affect the entire leg. Burning legs may occur alongside other symptoms such as numbness. Discussed herein are some of the most common cause of burning sensation in the legs.
This page lists some acne myths from around the world. I will continue updating the myths over time as I discover them:
- Myth: Acne is caused by poor hygiene. Truth: While poor skin care can trigger acne breakouts, poor hygiene is not a common cause as some people will want to make you believe.
- Myth: Acne is caused by masturbation and lack of or excess of sexual intercourse. Truth: Sex has nothing to do with acne.
- Myth: Popping acne lesions makes them heal faster. Truth: On the contrary, this practice only makes the condition worse not to mention increase the risk of scarring.
- Myth: Washing the face frequently helps to get rid of oils and thus heal acne. Truth: You shouldn’t wash your face too frequently if you suffer from acne as this will only dry your skin and increase sebum production which may then worsen the condition.
Whether with or with no rash, itchy shins (front of legs) can be pretty annoying. They can cause you an endless desire to scratch the affected areas of skin, sometimes leaving your skin red, raw, or even bleeding. This is not to mention that if shin itch occurs at night, it can disrupt your sleep. So what causes itchy shins? This page will discuss not only that but also appropriate treatments and home remedies for the underlying causes.
The skin on the chin is susceptible to various dermatological conditions, just like the rest of the body. Chin itching is one problem that affects many people at some point in their life. It may or may not be accompanied by a rash. Here we examine possible causes of an itchy chin as well as what you can do to relieve your skin of the itching and related symptoms.
My areola itches, what does it mean? Does itchy areola mean breast cancer? Have you ever asked these questions? You are not alone. This problem can affect anyone. It can also affect one breast or both, with the itching ranging from mild to severe. Today we will discuss the possible causes of areola itching along with treatments and home remedies that can stop the itching.
I have dark spots on my legs, what does it mean. That is a concern for many people worldwide. Dark spots on legs in most cases signify a case of hyper-pigmentation. Although they are typically harmless, most people find the spots unappealing especially if they won’t go away. For women, dark spots that occur on lower legs are in particular pesky since they are hard to cover. Here we explore common underlying causes along with how to get rid of dark spots on legs with medical treatments as well as home remedies.