I will look into that. Thank you for your reply.
Hi there. I stopped by this forum as I posted my own question but saw your post. I do not know if this is related but my son has something called sensory integration disorder also called sensory processing disorder. This involves the nervous system and how it responds to input. For my son, he gets mis signals sent via his nervous system. Something might register as painful when it isn't. Some people have the opposite in that they get no signals that register pain or discomfort (very dangerous, you can imagine). My son feels great discomfort from things that involve his skin. They refer to it as tactile dysfunction and he is tactile defensive. We have used a brushing protocol which has helped tremendously. I would consider talking to an occupational therapist that treats for sensory issues to see if you can find some relief. good luck