I have had itching over my entire body for 2 years now, with very little relief. I have been to dermatologists, general practitioners, and allergy specialists, with no sucessful relief. The majority say it is dry skin which could be caused from diabetes. I have tried almost every lotion, cream, ointment and prescription creams that are on the market, with no help. In researching diabetes, my daughter ran across the itchnomore.com web site, and they have itchnomore spray on medication. I am going to check with my dermatologists at the University of Iowa the information I downloaded to see if it is okay for me to use. I would also appreciate finding out if you are aware of this medication and if it would be okay to use it, especially since I have very sensitive skin and have quite a few allergies. Also, I am on gobs of medication for high blood pressure, blood thinner due to a stroke, medications for my itch, medications for diabetes and insulin, water pills for retentin of fluid, and inhalers for COPD. I certainly would appreciate any help I can get. Thank you.
Hildi Jansen - email@example.com
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