Keeping my head in the clouds
- Dec 26, 2015
Either that or a chemical reaction to a secret governmental spray over.Has to be space aliens then. It's the only rational solution.
have you seen a dermatologist? I highly recommend it. They are much better at diagnosing rashes than regular doctors. They will look at it under a microscope.
Either that or a chemical reaction to a secret governmental spray over.
Some socks and shoes have caused it. I don't buy them anymore. This has been happening since I was pregnant so about ten years. My socks are mostly spandex, acrylic, cotton, and if I'm lucky, rayon. I've worn then all so many times. Also, this may sound insane, but my feet don't sweat. They never have. All the dancing and I'd have it pouring down my back, but my feet always stay dry. I'm also allergic to talcum powder, e is, too, so we don't let it in the house. I've spent the last two days inside and the swelling is only in my heels now. I do think it's something environmental, above freezing weather, and I might do allergy testing if the doctor thinks we'll find it.Yea but maybe when it is cold you don't sweat as much. Plus it could be just one pair getting to you. I threw away the pair that was causing me trouble and I have done a whole lot better. Then it again it may not be that at all, but where the rash is and its pattern makes me think of some type of shoe or sock.