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Bio Diesel Fuel
I work in the petroleum industry,spilled a small amount of diesel fuel on my right forearm how can I get rid of the rash,is it dangerous?
Diesal skin rash: First remove all clothes soaked with diesal fuel. Then wash vigorously with soap and water. The rash is from defatting and is similar to eczema. You can treat it with OTC 1% hydrocorticone cream twice daily. Be sure to wear plastic gloves or avoid eyes and wash hands thoroughly after application of cream. It can lead to cataracts and glaucoma if rubbed into the eye accidentally. Usu. not dangerous ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Amino acids: I believe this refers to essential Amino Acids the body can't produce. There are 10. They must be derived from foods or supplements. Consult nutritionist as there is much hype among body builders and products being sold. They are literally the body's building blocks. Ie creative for muscle tissue. They can be overused so avoid hype and testimonials. ...Read more
For what?: If you want to waste your money, it's very effective for that. Who knows what's in it or what harm it could do. One thing it won't do is help you in any way. What do you expect it to do for you that you can't do with proper diet, exercise and weight loss? Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or the internet. ...Read more
Supplements & Teens: Nope. Absolutely not. There is no reason for a healthy young man to add supplements to his nutrition. As long as you are eating plenty of protein, and doing cardiovascular exercises there is no reason to risk your health, your growth, your liver with extra 'energy' resources. ...Read more
See a therapist...: You should either see a competent therapist, some form of "gambling anonymous" specialist to help with the addictive nature of your purchasing; there may be an obsessive component to it as well; which a clinical psychologist/pshychiatrist can address. ;( or simply win big! and then be done with it. ). Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers