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When an individual is infected with neurodermatitis, that individual may notice any of these signs and symptoms:

Itch: An itch patch is caused by neurodermatitis on the body’s surface. Unlike psoriasis, eczema, and some other conditions which result in itchy skin, individuals typically grow just one or two patches which itch. In rare cases, several itchy patches can be caused by neurodermatitis.

When neurodermatitis develops in some individuals, they mostly see themselves:

  • Feeling itchiest anytime they relax
  • Thinking about this patch(es) for no particular reason
  • Rubbing or scratching the itchy patch(es), maybe sporadically or frequently.
  • Feeling itchy, especially when you are just stressed with life.

Pain: Some infected people feel pain. One research discovered that anytime neurodermatitis is seen on the scalp, it will likely cause itch, pain, or both.

Neurodermatitis with white lines (scarring): When the skin is constantly scratched, it wears away. When the skin completely heals, it will likely cause a scar.

A rough, raised patch which is like red to violet-coloured: As there is a continuous rubbing or scratching of the itch patch by the affected person, a reddish to violet-coloured, scaly patch becomes visible.

Skin thickening and looking leathery: When an individual constantly rubs or scratches, there can be a thickening of the skin. The patch will likely turn to a kind of brown colour and look leathery. Greyish hue can be found in skins that are very thick.

Hair loss: The rubbing (or scratching) can result in hair loss on regions such as the scalp.

Open sore which bleeds: Continuously rubbing or scratching can cause an injury to the skin, which will result in an open sore which bleeds. If this is the case, the individual’s risk of getting an infection becomes increased.

Scarring: There might be a scar as the wound heals if it is deep.

Infection: Signs that one is infected is fluid leaking from that region and honey-coloured crusts. You’ll also likely see bumps that are filled with pus.