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This is totally random and may not even mean anything just want to share to the EDS community. About a month ago I got this bump and occasionally badly itchy spot on my leg, near my foot a couple inches above and in the front. I itched it thinking maybe it was a small itch, and there was a bump and it is not a hive. Then, I itch again and another shows up!! They have been there for a while now and just occasionally itch and are always there, I put benadryl and everything on it but it keeps itching until it decides to stop randomly. No clue if this will reach an audience with similar experience but it is crazy to me how long its been there. It did appear after I changed out of long socks into ankle high ones but honestly I don’t think that has anything to do with it lol.

    • ninners


      Sounds like piezogenic papules! I actually just learned about these today, they can be common in people with EDS. Might be worth mentioning to your doctor if they’re really bugging you

    • TattsCatsNaps


      Not sure on the bump but I’ve also been on the itchy skin vibe. I even considered if I have Mast cell activation 😂

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It's possible that the itchy bumps on your leg could be due to an allergic reaction, irritation from clothing, or even bug bites. Using Benadryl cream may help alleviate the itching, but if the issue persists, it's best to consult a healthcare professional for proper diagnosis and treatment.

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