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Dr. Krishna Kumar
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Sun Poisoning (Definition)

Conditions that some people may lump under the term 'sun poisoning'. It really isn't a specific medical condition. One has rash w red skin ; possible blisters, fatigue, fevers, chills or headache. Another is called polymorphous light eruption(pmle) ; it has sxs that were just described as well as dense clusters of small bumps over the body w ...Read more


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Does sun poisoning cause fever, aches, & chills for two days?

Does sun poisoning cause fever, aches, & chills for two days?

It can: A moderate to severe sunburn can be the cause of all of these maladies. If it continues see your md, good luck! ...Read more

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Can sun poisoning cause you to have a weakened immune system during the time you have a rash?

Can sun poisoning cause you to have a weakened immune system during the time you have a rash?

No: Not significantly. However sun poisoning may be confused with lupus. In lupus there is dysregulation of the immune system. ...Read more

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Can sun poisoning cause other sickness? Will sun poisoning cause other types of sickness or lower immunity system in our bodies? .

Yes and No: Sun poison can cause severe rash, blistering of the skin, fever and chills. Place you at risk for other problems such as melanoma, skin rinkles by breaking down collogen etc etc. Sun exposure does not lower your immune system. Everyone needs sun. Sun helps to activate vitamin vitamin d for instance. Sun can also cause cataracts, damage dna and cause oxygen radicals to form which cause harm. ...Read more

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Does sun poisoning cause severe headaches and hot skin? I almost feel like I'm getting a fever

Does sun poisoning cause severe headaches and hot skin? I almost feel like I'm getting a fever

Yes: Heat stroke(what you call sun poisoning)can be serious.Definitely causes severe headache & hot skin. Body temperature goes high,even up to 105. If you have a temperature above 103 degrees have someone apply ice packs to your armpits,groins,neck .Go in a tub of cold water.If you are breathing rapidly or are disoriented call 911 to take you to the ER. Take care. ...Read more

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I am experiencing lip blister and sunburn. How do I treat my lip blisters and are they caused by the sun poisoning?

I am experiencing  lip blister and sunburn. How do I treat my lip blisters and are they caused by the sun poisoning?

Lip blister: May be from sunburn or may have virus as a cause. Should heal on it's own in relatively short order. And try not to aggravate with repeated sun overexposure. ...Read more

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In all cases is sun poisoning painful?

In all cases is sun poisoning painful?

In most: The skin can be very painful or have severe itching. Systemic effects like fever and malaise can occur as well. ...Read more

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If your sunburn swells is it considered sun poisoning?

Sun Poisoning: One form of sun poisoning includes rash w red skin ; possible blisters, fatigue, fevers, chills or headache. Another is called polymorphous light eruption(pmle) ; it has sxs that were just described as well as dense clusters of small bumps over the body w possible hives on legs/arms/chest. Solar urticaria present w first set of symptoms as well as blisters, wheals ; possible dizziness, feeling >. ...Read more

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Can I use desoximetasone cream on sun poisoning areas?

Can I use desoximetasone cream on sun poisoning areas?

Won't help much: If you are referring to sunburn, steroid creams don't help much as the damage is already done. Plus, this is a fairly strong steroid; you can't just put it anywhere! if you are referring to sun allergies such as polymorphic light eruption (pmle), steroid creams can help treat. If you mean solar urticaria (hives), creams don't work as well as antihistamines. For pmle or hives, see your doctor! ...Read more

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After the peeling of sun poisoning how long till skin becomes normal again and are able to tan possibly or just be able to be in the sun?

After the peeling of sun poisoning how long till skin becomes normal again and are able to tan possibly or just be able to be in the sun?

See below: Depending on how severe the burn was it may take several days to a week and longer for a severe burn. Although the skin may return to looking normal, it has been damaged and repeated sunburn effect is cumulative and can lead to skin cancer. It's extremely important to use at sunscreen with SPF of 50 or more, even when it is cloudy or hazy outdoors. ...Read more

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I have a really bad sunburn. I have been putting aloe on it and i tried vinegar and nothing helps. I think it may be sun poisoning. What should I do?

I have a really bad sunburn. I have been putting aloe on it and i tried vinegar and nothing helps. I think it may be sun poisoning. What should I do?

Heat effect: How bad is your sun burn? Got blisters, severe itching, infected your self by scratching, have fever? If yes then see your doctor. You are taking dramamine , Benadryl (diphenhydramine) & applying aloe. Also apply cold compress. Drink lot of fluids. Always use sun lotion with spf >15. Good luck. ...Read more

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Symptoms in remedies to sun poisoning?

Symptoms in remedies to sun poisoning?

Malaise, low fever: Sun poisoning refers to the illness caused by sunburn on a large area of the body. In addition to the pain of the sunburn, there is fatigue and malaise, plus a low grade fever. Treatment for the burn can include skin moisturizers and loose fitting clothes. Ibuprofen (motrin, advil, (ibuprofen) etc.) can help with the fever, pain, and malaise. Don't forget to drink plenty of fluids too. ...Read more

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Are the symptoms of sun poisoning bad?

Are the symptoms of sun poisoning bad?

Sunpoisoning: Sun poisoning is an entity that consists of mild to moderate sunburn, dehydration, and is mild body temperature elevation. The dehydration and temperature give a malaise which we call sun poisoning. Cooling the skin with lukewarm showers and taking in fluids are best way to treat. Aspirin is very effective for this. And next time, avoid excessive exposure and use sunblock. ...Read more

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What should I do for mild sun poisoning?

What should I do for mild sun poisoning?

Ok if mild:: Severe sunburn called sun poisoning symptoms such as skin redness and blistering, pain and tingling, swelling, headache, fever and chills, nausea, dizziness, dehydration. For severe sunburn, these simple remedies usually do the trick: get out of the sun, take a cool (not cold) shower or bath or apply cool compresses. Drink extra fluids, take Motrin or tylenol (acetaminophen) for pain, use aloe. If severe see dr. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: sun poisoning?

What is the definition or description of: sun poisoning?

There are different: Conditions that some people may lump under the term 'sun poisoning'. It really isn't a specific medical condition. One has rash w red skin ; possible blisters, fatigue, fevers, chills or headache. Another is called polymorphous light eruption(pmle) ; it has sxs that were just described as well as dense clusters of small bumps over the body w possible hives on legs/arms/>. ...Read more

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What to do if i got sun poisoning and it's blistered what do I do?

May need to see dr: Sun poisoning = bad sunburn. Seek immediate medical care if you have these symptoms: blisters, covers a large area, or is very painful, facial swelling fever and chills upset stomach headache, confusion, or faintness signs of dehydration. ...Read more

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Are sunburn and sun poisoning related?

Yes: Both are due to excessive sun exposure and/or inadequate protection against the sun. Whereas a sunburn directly refers to the effects on the skin with varying degrees of severity, sun poisoning refers to systemic effects on your entire body. ...Read more

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Dr. Wm. Marcus Spurlock
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Poisoning (Definition)

Toxic ingestion (also called "poisoning") is a condition in which a person has eaten or drank a substance that causes ill symptoms or damage to his body. Taking an overdose of a medicine, taking any dose of a poison, drinking too much vodka, or accidentally drinking antifreeze . . . are all ...Read more


Dr. Stratos Christianakis
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Joints (Definition)

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