Todd, Thank you for responding. I wanted to send pictures of my sons hives in full force because if there is someone else out there searching like I did for similarities of their rash. They were similar to yours but more curved, circular in some areas. It seemed as though he had snakes and worms under his skin!
I also remember that he had gone to summer camp for 1 week around that time as well. I think he may have come home with ring worm. His skin seems like it always has hives but not red, not itchy, just not the same as before. Thanks, Heather
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