Our expert says:
An allergic rash tends almost automatically to be itchy. What you seem to be describing might look like a rash, but could well be more of a temporary reddish mottling that some people develop in areas like the neck, when they get nervous. The good news is that it is not permanent, and should go away with proper management. What would be best would be to see a psychologist offering counselling like CBT ( Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy ) to help you learn to control this nervousness, and thereby control the blotching.
Its easy to get into a vicious cycle, whereby there might be slight mottling one time when you're very nervous about something - maybe other people wouldn't even notice it, but you do. This in turn makes you worry about it, and get anxious, fearing it will turn up again next time you're feeling nervous - and of course this makes it more likely to happen, and so on. Fortunately, CBT can help to unwind all that, and let the mottling fade, so you can be a marvellously unmottled bride !
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