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Accidentally touch toilet water wif bare hands.Wash wif soap,30min later wash 2 times wif water.2hrs later wash wif soap,took off lens.Eye Infections?
Can a cloth contaminate another cloth? For example put clean Shirts in my couch(i sit with dirty clothes), or sit with my dirty pants on a clean cloth
It's all dirty...: Dirt is everywhere. I bet these types of things routinely cause you great stress and anxiety. You should talk to your doctor about possible OCD. There are medicines and therapies that can help reduce stress in these situations. http://www.helpguide.org/articles/anxiety/obssessive-compulsive-disorder-ocd.htm ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I wouldn't : I'm not specifically familiar with this soap, but bar soaps in general tend to be pretty harsh on the hair. In a pinch you could use it but i would generally use products made for the hair that don't strip as many of the oils out. ...Read more
How to clean up Urine spill properly?
It's a tiny puddle size, but how do I clean? Just with dry paper? Wet wipes? Sanitizer? Rubbing Alcohol?
Yes: Baby wipes are generally safe for skin and genital contact for adults as well as children. Double check the ingredient list and don't use if you have allergies to the ingredients. Be aware that baby wipes will NOT prevent or cure infections - if you have pain, itching, or a rash on your penis, have it evaluated by a medical provider. ...Read more
Hand sanitizer: Yes, you can use hand saitizer before putting in contact lenses ...Read more
Sorry: But i don't understand your question. Soap and water do clean hands well. ...Read more
Is antibacterial dial bar soap good to clean genitals with I heard that antibacterial removes the good bacteria?
Regular soap is fine: "Antibacterial" soap is a marketing gimmick. The fact is, soaps of any kind remove bacteria from the skin surface. Their overuse can alter the normal balance of good vs bad bacteria. The problem with "antibacterial" soaps is that it breeds bacteria resistance, which confers a survival advantage. This means that the resistant bacteria will grow even in the presence of the "antibacterial" soap. ...Read more
Until scab heals.: "A moist wound is a healing wound", as the axiom goes. There should be no harm in applying a warm (not hot!) wet compress to a scab for the entire time that the scab is present. In other words, you can do it until the scab falls off. Normally, a skin tear or abrasion will heal in less than 1 week. If you have medical problems like diabetes, healing can be delayed. TTYD or use HealthTap Prime. GL. ...Read more
It depends: First, you should make your surgeon aware of this problem. He or she may suggest nothing at all but could also possibly suggest saline wound wash, cetaphil, or other over-the-counter products to clean the wound. ...Read more
No: If by "intimate" you're referring to your delicate parts, the answer is no, especially for the vagina and anal areas. Harsh soaps can cause drying, cracking and itching, and should be avoided. In fact, it's best to minimize the use of soap at all: just a little water is enough. ...Read more