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renny1985
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Anyone know what this could be? It feels like I have a giant bruise on my whole body (a new, bad bruise). Just touching my legs, abdomen, ribcage area, chest, and cheeks hurts. Also walking hurts- like the impact of putting my foot down vibrates my skin enough to make it hurt.

Any thoughts?

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Does it feel like your skin is super sensitive to temp. and touch as well?

Not too sure but I get the skin sensitivity feeling and figure it is a gift from neuro. lyme.

Sorry I can't be of more help...

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Not really temperature I dont think but DEF touch. It is really uncomfortable and new for me...

Thanks for your thoughts...I was thinking it felt like all my nerves are over-reacting to touch- but this is just something I have never had before. Wondering if it could be like a vitamin deficiency or indicative of something else?

Anyone else have any ideas?

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thoughts?
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