What can cause uncontollable itching without any rash?

What can cause uncontrollable itching without any rash?
There are a lot of things that can cause itching without a rash. The first thing you want to check is to think back to when the itching started. Just before you started itching, did you start using any different skin products on that area, like a new lotion? Or did you try a new food or medication that you’ve never had before that you could possibly be having an allergic reaction to? If so stop using the item immediately. Drink lots of water, and if that does not help the situation within a few days go see a doctor.
No matter what, don’t panic. There’s a good chance it’s a small allergic reaction or something small like a small case of poison ivy.
If you are positive that is not the reason, there are some serious disease that can cause itching with no rash. Itching is most commonly linked to kidney failure and poor circulation. It could also be scabies, pregnancy, mold allergies, a liver disease, and many other things. If it doesn’t get better just to be safe it’s recommended to go to a doctor and get blood work done. Better safe than sorry! These diseases can be cured much more easily when treated sooner.

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