What Causes Lower Leg Itching?

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Lower leg itching is caused by a variety of conditions such as eczema, dermatitis and diabetes. It can also be due to poor hygiene, dry skin, acne or the hair follicles on the legs being infected, a condition that is known as folliculitis.
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