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Unread 04-28-2008, 06:55 AM
itchy bumps on the neck

Hi ladies. I am 3 weeks out tomorrow. Last week, I started having these itchy bumps ( zit like)but, not so much.
They are on my neck. I had always been told, if you had bumps, or any zits on your neck and around your mouth...they were all hormonal.

My question is...if this is hormonal??
or does this mean I still have some hormones??
Any one else having any breakouts??

I have never hard any type of acne, or bumps, or anything.
I know it has to be from the surgery, but I'm curious.
It seems, I'm never alone...thank GOD for this web site and wonderful sisters!!!

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Unread 04-28-2008, 04:21 PM
itchy bumps on the neck

I would give the doctor a call and see what he/she says. It could be a rash or an allergic reaction to something. After my tah/bso my skin became more sensitive, started developing rashes more.

It is possible that you still have stored reserves of hormones, but those should be depleting over the coming weeks.

Unread 04-29-2008, 06:51 AM
itchy bumps on the neck

Thanks KIm,
I am going to 3 wk post op. DR appt today.
I'll be sure to ask her.
They do seem to be rash like. They itch then go away.
Thanks again =)

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