I have tiny bites all over my body. I can’t figure out what it’s from?

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hi, my name is Jack and I am 23 years old. I live in Orlando, FL with my boyfriend (26) & my dog Ollie (eskipoo, 2)

yesterday morning I woke up and had bites all over my body. it obviously happened while we were asleep in bed but I have absolutely no idea what it is from. My boyfriend lays right next to me and he doesn't have a single bite. the bites are tiny, itchy, and concentrated around my forearms, back of my neck, shoulders, upper back, & sides of my torso. they also get extra red when I take a warm shower. My dog Ollie is perfectly up to date on his flea/tick & heart worm medication. last night we took off all of the sheets, pillow cases, duvet etc and washed in in the washing machine with hot water, free & clear detergent and fabric softener. I went to bed normally & this morning I woke up to them feeling even more itchy. I cant tell if I have MORE or if they are just showing up more now..

anyways, if ANYONE has any tips, ideas, or knows what they are from please let me know! thank you!File size is too big

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    Sounds like it could be hives. I had "bites" on my legs, arms and back that were very itchy but had no idea where they came from.........no dogs, cats, fleas, mosquito's.........nothing was biting me. It turned out that I had hives caused by stress. A friend that I worked with changed from a friendly, happy, out going person overnight to a depressed, quite, isolated person. She just shut down and wouldn't talk to any of her co-workers. This was very upsetting to me and the stress caused me to develop hives. It turned out that she was going through a divorce. My hives went away. The itching without a "known" cause was an awful experience. I hope you recovery quickly. Try deep breathing, relaxation and think about any changes in your life that might be stressful. Good luck.

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