Skin Itching Probem On Legs- Medicines Taking For Arthritis-tab.sazo 500,inj. Folitrax 50 -weekly 0.7 Ml

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Why heavy itching on both legs this is because of above medicine taking or any other problem



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I have itching problems especially on my both legs, some parts of my body and and both forearms. It does not heal properly and keeps itching. It is a small spot like on the skin or like a pimple or rather rash. It is terrible often when it starts itching and sometimes tiny blood comes out from the scratched area. Can you please advise me as how to solve my itching problem ?
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