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Maybe: Accutane causes extreme dryness and sensitivity of the skin, also makes you sunburn easier (increased photosensitivity). You technically could dye or bleach your eyebrowns but you might experience more irritation and sensitivity than normal while on accutane. If you can wait, it would be safer to avoid chemical treatment of your facial hairs until after you're off accutane. ...Read more
Tattoo: The United States food and drug administration (fda) does not regulate tattoos leaving the burden of tattoo safety and regulations up to individual cities and states. Some of the risks that come with getting a tattoo are infection at the site of the tattoo, allergic reaction to the tattoo dye, the spread of disease such as HIV and hepatitis c, granulomas and keloid formation. No tattoos! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
//I have been having sharp pains in head. Had scan and dye test done and nothing there. Is it nerves?
Iam having head heaviness right now.. I had my hair dye last friday and was told not to wash it for three days.. yesrterday was the 3rd day and when ?
Define safe, painles: The MRI is generally safe and does not cause problems unless you have claustrophobia. The problems is the contrast (dye) which requires an IV site - & hence a needle venipuncture. The dyes used varies at different places, but (high-osmolar) contrast dyes with Gadolinium have been known to cause nephrogenic systemic fibrosis. Ask the doctor ordering the MRI if dye HAS to be used, & for alternatives ...Read more
I have a sensitive knot on the back of my head that only comes up when i dye my hair have burning in head?
I used a little bit of hair dye and now half my head is swollen. It's been three days already.How long before it subsides?
When you dye ur hair and when u wait for that 20 mins. What happens if your head starts burning & is kinda itchy. My head isn't sensitive or anything.
Allergy or Chem Burn: The chemicals in hair color can be rather harsh and many people can have an allergic reaction or get a chemical burn from them. The instructions should be followed closely. If it was just burning that might be chemical but itching could be allergy. Be very cautious the next time you use it and do a test as directed since an allergy could be very serious. ...Read more
Hello sir , i have got grey hair in my beard not much in my hair on the head , would like to know the cause & solution for the same or some dye that i?
Barely possible: Some hair dyes contain chemicals that are suspected carcinogens, and these might (not will, just 'might') cause cancers, including brain tumors. This is not an issue of the dye going straight to the brain because it is applied to the head; the dye would have to be absorbed and then get into the bloodstream to get to cells. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: While hair dye will burn, it will not cause blindness. Just wash it out and don't worry. ...Read more
Took 3yr old daughter to eye dr for painful eyes lasting 2 weeks and the looked at her eyes with dye in them and said her eyes are very dry! causes?
DRY EYES: There are 2 major causes of dry eyes in a 3 y/o, and then many more uncommon causes for the dry eyes. The main 2 are environmental irritation (dry house, smoke exposure, dust) and allergic causes (again usually environmental when talking about symptoms that mainly affect the eyes. A few of the more uncommon things are poor tear production (you can be born with that), certain eye conditions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Qualified OK: Fluorescein is the agent most commonly used for a Eye dye test - only contraindication is a known hypersensitivity and intrathecal or intra arterial use - as per the manufactures insert - no dose adjustment is necessary for impaired renal function - A careful review of all medications you take is also necessary particularly beta blockers ...Read more
Depends: Depends upon the specific type of MRI and the reason for it to be ordered- some are with a contrast media - not the same used for ct scans and x-rays - and some are not. As i understand it, the contrast goes through the body, and the signal of the particular organ getting the MRI picks it up. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer