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Can I Be Allergic To My Own Sweat
My son seems to be allergic to neosporin . How can I remove it from.his skin and prevent further reaction?
I was thrown in to menopause due to female problems can this make my hair follicles and scalp sour and tender to the touch? What can I do to help it?
Hair: Please have your primary doctor refer you to a skin specialist doctor! Let me know how things go! ...Read more
Possible: Some people develop small itchy hives after contact with water and this is called aquagenic urticaria. The cause is unknown but some believe that it is from interaction between body sweat and the water. A more common condition is choinergic urticaria in which a person starts to have small , red, itchy hives when the body starts to cool off ( as in sweating, ) after a rise in core temperature. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I develop random skin rashes and am not sure why-- could this be linked to a food allergy and how can I find out?
Not really: Your body will be tolerant to its own sweat . However sweat is also a bit of a culture medium and in the wrong circumstances may collect bacteria or toxins that can cause a reaction. If you think this is a problem then take a shower quickly after anything which makes you sweat. ...Read more
I think I'm allergic to hair dye, when I get it dyed I get an extremely itchy scalp and fluid filled bumps. What can I do to help the problem?
What can I do if my friend has lymph nodes from neck to feet and i would like to how can I treat it?
Hello, my grandfather has a clogged sweat gland that appears to have hardened and refuses to be popped. What can we do from home to remove fix this?
Warm soaks.: Sometimes moist heat can open it up and it will be OK. Take care of your grandpa. ...Read more
I was allergic to antiperspirant deodorant, it gave me a rash and caused my lymph nodes to swell switched to non how long for it to be ok and un swell?
I have came out in a rash all over my face and neck and both eyes are swollen. I believe this to be an allergic reaction to alcohol.What should I do?
Unlikely: Although alcohol tends to worsend allergic symptoms, alcohol allergy is rare or non-existent. Since you have provided no detailed description on the rash, it is difficult to give you an educated guess on the problem. You may try antihistamine to see if it helps.However if the problem persists or worsens, need to see your doctor. ...Read more
Im getting dry patches in my lips and they turning into sores what can I do to eliminate this problem and what would be causing it
Evertime that i work up a sweat, my face burns and breaks out really bad from the sweat. Can i be allergic to my own sweat or retaining to much salt?
Cholinergic urticari: Sounds like a condition known as choline rigid urticaria when the body temperature rises, usually due to exercise, flushing, hives and itch can occur. Simple therapy is to use something like a non-sedating antihistamine like fexofenadine and possibly adding an h2 blocker like ranitidine. ...Read more
Cronic hives on hands will itch, crack, and clear liquid can be popped out. What can I stop this with. What test or allergies should be checked four.
If i was allergic to insect/ants bites how long would it take me to swell up and it to be dangerous
In minutes: Type I allergic reactions can vary in severity, one time causing a red rash or hives, the next time a serious and life-threatening acute reaction called anaphylaxis. Anaphylaxis can be fatal without the rapid administration of an epinephrine (adrenaline) injection. To send an e-mail to me click this link https://www.healthtap.com/experts/12714048-dr-vahe-yetimyan ...Read more
Hello, I have shaky hands and im wondring if i can be surgoen, irealy would like to be one , and what the things i can do to me to make the shks go away?
Shaky hands: It depends how shaky they are; general surgeons can shake more than brain or eye surgeons; many times shaking is congenital but can also be from thyroid disease - before you make any life choices see your doctor or a neurologist and get checked out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have this rash on both of forearms and i've used poison ivy products to heal it but I still can't figure out what it can possibly be.?
See your doctor: Symmetrical rashes on exposed surfaces such as forearms are often due to a contact dermatitis such as poison ivy. Once present, the rash can last a week or more before improving. If the rash is not resolving with over the counter treatments, i would suggest seeing your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I get small pimples under my facial skin due to allergic reaction to somrthing i can't figure out. Don't want to take antiallergies everyday. Help!
See a doctor: You should go see a doctor so they can perform and allergy test to try and figure out what is causing the allergic reaction and what steps you can take from there :] also they would be able to tell you if the pimples were actually due to an allergic reaction or something different. ...Read more
I'm going to be in highschool where everyone uses perfume and I perfume allergy. Can I get used to itchy skin and sneezes everyday? It won't be bad.
See doctor: You may try taking antihistamine or even better a prescription nasal spray on a regular basis to make your nose less sensitive. If these products do not help . you should consider seeing an allergist to get desensitized. Perfume does not cause an allergic reaction without skin contact although the scent may irritate your nose. In case of skin contact, try some hydrocortisone cream on the skin ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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