== == Sounds like you have an allergy to something so keep a log of what you eat and it could be hives. If it's starting to burn/itch and getting worse (starting to fill with fluid) you could have the start of shingles. Shingles usually follow nerves (it will look like a red, blistered line). My bet is you have hives. It's best to go to your doctor and be diagnosed before it gets worse. == == This sounds a lot like something I got once while working in schools. I researched forever to find the answer. The best I could come up with was pityriasis rosea. The bumps were light red and they were worst on my back and chest, but they spanned in all the other areas that were noted in the post. I know I read about steroid treatments, but those were to just help with itching and I don't think that they get rid of it. I just waited it out, but it lasted almost 2 months.
One word; squats.
Pilates offers a great option for targeting problem areas such as the stomach and thighs. In particular the challenging core workouts in the various Pilates methods are very effective.
butt and thighs -> lunges stomach -> situps arms you should do curls and skull crushers. Neck bridges can help your neck, but be careful!
Sweat and your inner thighs rubbing together can cause more irritation and infection.
Lines that appear on one's thighs are most likely stretch marks. Stretch marks are also called striae. They are formed when the dermis tears, often from quick growth or weight change. Other causes are pregnancy, hormones, or body building.
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No. Gas pains only cause stomach cramps.
Sounds like you have cellulite you have to couple that with exercising the abs.
Some of the best exercises on the Weider Crossbow 2000X to flatten your stomach and thighs are leg presses, lying crunches, and seated ab crunches.
I am currently on my 10th day of post-liposuction. I had liposuction on my thighs and stomach. My thighs hurt more than my stomach did over the past week and has the most bruising. Walking isn't too difficult but I do have a slight limp due to the swelling on my right leg and because my legs go numb often. Too much walking also causes my knees, calves and feet to swell as well. I do though however notice my thighs are no longer touching which makes me happy! The first week is the hardest but after that it gets easier.