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(salam)

My son is complaining of his brain itching. I'm thinking sinuses, but he says he does not feel congested or have a headache, only that his brain itches. I asked him to show me where it itches, and he pointed at his forehead, and explained, "but inside". Any ideas what's going on and what I can do to help him feel more comfortable?

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i usually get that but not itching of the brain. It goes away, just control it, and have patience, . I hate it when it happens.

Nothing to worry.

-_-

Edited by Ali-al-ridha

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Is he thinking too much? Growing kids often take deep interest in events taking place around them or in any thing that interest them an it causes brain aching (I have been through this -_- ) But if it hurts him too bad, I would recommend a visit to a physician (I guess medicare should cover it)....

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(wasalam)

Well, I've never experienced an itchy brain. But several times I have had the most peculiar sensation of itchiness deep under my skin of my legs and arms that can't be relieved by scratching the skin. It felt much too deep for that, like an itchy muscle or bone, or whatever else is deep underneath the skin. I think I even used to say i have itchy bones :unsure: I was definately old enough to be able to know it was an itch rather than an ache. It's terribly uncomfortable, so I do feel for your son. Glad to hear he's OK now.

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