Recently I had an area of my scalp become extremely sensitive to touch - it actually hurt! Then I developed an itchy right eyebrow, and today noticed it was both eyebrows and my earlobes, as well as on my forearms. It is driving me nuts! Is this psychosomatic, or is this part of fibro? I know our sympathetic nervous system is affecte - does it affect this way too? I spoke with a friend at work who has lupus and she said she has developed the really sensitive skin - sore to touch. Also, does anyone ever feel like they have no feeling? Sometimes when I scratch an itch on my back, it is like my skin is numb. Am I becoming a hypochondriac?
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