Why Does My Skin Itch at Night?

Answer

Itchy skin, also known as pruritus, which may increase intensity at night, can be from pregnancy, kidney failure, leukaemia, lymphoma, liver disease, cancer, negative reactions to antibiotics, skin irritants such as soap and cosmetics or scabies. It is advised that one seeks medical consultation if the itching exceeds two weeks for proper diagnosis.
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