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Date Palm Allergy In Children
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
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Go right ahead: I amazed from the questions posted here how many people think they need to be detoxified. If your liver, kidneys and gut are all healthy, your body does a great job cleaning itself. I've looked at a lot of guts over they years and if you've not eaten for a few hours everything except for the distal colon is empty. There ain't no retained waste to flush out. Sorry. ...Read more
History and testing: If there's clear temporal association between exposure and symptoms, or if in doubt allergy skin testing or blood testing can tell. ...Read more
The palms up to my fingers are really red and been like this for one day now. Mild itchiness, and stiff. No food/medicine allergies. What can it be?
Palms turn cold & body shivers veyr fast in cold environment, why? allergy reaction (skin) follows after getting back to normal condition, why?
Having skin allergy reaction after rubbing the back of my palm on my beard. What could be the cause?
Trauma: If you are describing a transiently itchy area and your beard is very stiff, then this is just a reaction from a mild scratch. I hope you are not a woman. ...Read more
Can allergy cause me the tingling sensation in my palms.It happens when I use Herbal Essence Shampoo which I am using for the first time...!thanks?
Irritation: In the absence of itching, irritation from the shampoo is the more likely answer. A contact allergy to the shampoo does not show symptoms until 24 to 72 hrs later and is often associated with small blisters and intense itching. ...Read more
My both palms are itchy for the last few days. I never had allergies nor i used or ate any thing other than usual. Please help!?
Medication?: An allergic reaction to a medication will often be the cause of itching of the palms and/or soles. If there are no new medications, then i would try to control the symptom by using a non-sedating anti-histamine such as claritin, (loratadine) Allegra or zyrtec. If the symptom continues it might be time to see an allergist. ...Read more
I have rash all over now also on right palm....Thought it was lotion allergy..But its been 3 days rash not gone?
Dishidrotic eczema?: Good morning, your rash on hand could be due to contact dermatitis, an allergic reaction to chemicals that you came into contact with, or it could be what is called dyshidrotic eczema, a blistering disease of palms and soles. It is more common in occupational settings, with atopic dermatitis, and on contact with irritants such as chemicals and allergens. Less exposure, barrier creams are helpful. ...Read more
Is there any reason why sometimes there are many small blisters growing on my palm for a day and then disappear? I don't have any food allergy
The palm side of little finger & ring finger is peeling off. Do I have an allergy or what's going on?
Metal Allergy: Localized rash around ring could be concerning for a metal allergy. Most common form of metal hypersensitivity is allergic contact dermatitis caused by nickel. Nickel and other metals are found in many commercial products, including zippers, buttons, jewelry, watches, and eye glass frames, and many of these items have been linked to contact dermatitis reactions. Diagnosed by allergen patch testing ...Read more
Sometimes about an hour after i eat - my hands get super bright red and warm, especially my palms. Could this be a food sensitivity? Or allergy
Red hands: You have a condition known as gustatory flushing which is caused by stimulation of vasomotor nerves. It is a benign condition. ...Read more
I’m after noticing orange patches in my hands around my nail beds and my palms , also small bumps like dots around the fingers tiny , is it an allergy?
This needs to be: examined before the etiology can be determined. ...Read more
I had a lot of alcohol and in the morning I found the palm of my hands and sole of my feet to be swollen and itching. Could this be alcohol allergy?
Unlikely: Ethanol is a sugar. Humans do not demonstrate allergies to sugers, but rather, to proteins. Alcohol is a vasodilator and this could be what is causing your symptoms. Regardless, although it seems fun, try and reduce the binge drinking because it is taking a toll on your health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could an allergy to antibotocs cause itchy rash on palms hands skin peel off not sure if let skin come off or moisturise ?
Possible: It is possible. The only cure is avoid it. If it persist you need to see a doctor find out other causes. ...Read more
Lowgrade fever off/on, swollen face and neck, high sed rate, normal blood work, no allergies, rash from rt chest to rt palm, body aches, 6 months ongoing?
Autoimmune disease: Unfortunately, you have a complex situation and something that is tricky to diagnose. It sounds like you have been to several doctors already. It sounds like you need a dermatologist to see you and do a skin biopsy, immunologist work up or rheumatologist . It could be a rare infection, but more likely autoimmune at this point. ...Read more
Bumpy itchy rash on inner thigh, forearms, hands, top and bottom of feet. Palms with dishydrosis-like soors. Slight red color. Scabies? Allergy? Fungus? Over a week of symptoms/spreading
Rash: which is spreading needs to be evaluated by your doctor ASAP. He/she will tell you what you have and help you keep it from spreading. There are many possibilities. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Would be strange: It would be strange to get allergy to all hand soap. It usually starts when you have a skin lesion or skin rashes. Soap can irritate your already inflamed skin and make it worse and hard to heal. Skin lesions need to be seen and examined. See a local allergist or dermatologist for this problem. ...Read more
I was wondering if i know i'm going to eat something I am slightly allergic to, should I eat allergy medicine before hand?
Possibly: The best approach is to avoid the food especially if the reaction is severe. Taking allergy medication beforehand does not always help but may help if the reaction is very mild. People with food allergies should have an epinephrine auto injector in the event of reactions especially if it is hard to avoid the food. An allergist can evaluate your allergy and make appropriate treatment plans. ...Read more