I am yet to be completely diagnosed. My only definitive diagnosis, as of today, is Hashimoto's disease. I have suffered with dermagraphism since I was 20 years old. It began while I was sunbathing by my apartment pool. I now believe this was the beginning of my autoimmune problems (triggered by sun...hmmm). That being said, I have not gotten much relief from the dermagraphism until recently when I was prescribed Neurontin for peripheral neuropathy. I haven't been bothered with it since. I was told way back when (I'm 52 now), that it was allergy related, so I haven't ever been back to a dermatologist. I just used antihistamines when it was really bad, and they did help a little. It was intermittent, flaring mainly when I was stressed or really tired. Through the years, the original diagnosis didn't make sense to me given the triggers, but every time I mentioned it to a doctor, they agreed with the original dermatologist. I am quickly learning that it doesn't ever pay to tell a new doctor what a former doctor has concluded. I now present my symptoms as if that doctor is the first and only doctor I have seen. Once I began doing this, I finally was able to get some much needed attention. I'm still working on an accurate diagnosis, but I'm a lot closer now than I was when I first got really sick four years ago. I have seizures, extreme joint pain, peripheral neuropathy, etc., but my bloodwork doesn't support anything clear and specific. Right now I take Lodine, Neurontin, my bloodpressure med, and my two thyroid medications. My doctor is treating symptoms only rather than the immune problem. I'm hoping for something else to show in my bloodwork at my next appointment. I know that sounds bad...it's not like I WANT to be sick; I just fear the damage and progression that continues to occur. Wow! This was way more than you asked for when you presented your original post. Sorry. I get off on long tangents sometimes. LOL! Happy New Year, and good luck to you!