Quoting wildlilacs:Depends what it is...either tell host about discreetly, or put up w it till u leave.
Are you sure it's purely physical? Maybe it's the stress?
i'm sorry * HUGS* i would just talk to my mom about it. that's pretty low that she hasn't checked on you, though.
Quoting mhmomma:I'm at my moms house for thanksgiving. Well I have some strange allergy. We don't know what's causing it but I get this severe itching. It takes over my body. Feels likes bugs crawling all over me and then a stinging feeling randomly on my body. Well sitting in my moms house it started to happen. OMG!!!! Not even kidding it is so bad it brings me to tears. Well I had to go outside. My waist and arms are so red and itchy I feel so overwhelmed. Here I am sitting in the car by myself. Everyone is eating dinner and I have no appetite. My mom doesn't even care. Hasn't checked on me once. I am so not feeling the love. I'm ready to leave and not talk to her. The doctors don't even know what's wrong. Something enviotmental but what. So here I am alone in the car on thanksgiving. No love
aww hon! It could be sooo many things. From something she sprays or has as an air freshener to uncleaned air filters and vents. It could be something she cooks with regularly that you don't. When it cooks it becomes an aromatic and the oil particles in the air are what effect you. It could be mold or dust. Sooo many possibilities of what it could be and like Colleen said, it could also very much be a subconscious reaction to the stress of going to your mom's. Something that you have no control over. *hugs* I hope you left
(((( Big Hugs)))
reason number 1 to always have benadryl on hand
I used to have the same thing happen to me. It went on for about a year. It was my bodies way of dealing with stress. I know that sounds wierd but your body does what it has to to get your attention.
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