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Just curious.. Can eosinophilic folliculitis happen to anyone or just HIV infected people? And how long it lasts if untreated?
Eosinophilic Disease: There is a very strong connection to ef and human immunodeficiency virus, or hiv. The two are almost inseparable; the first search term that comes up is eosinophilic folliculitis hiv. While anyone can be affected by ef, it is rare for people without HIV to have this condition. The reason is likely because of the weakened immune system, though HIV may also cause a change in the immune system. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Folliculitis is a condition in which one or more hair follicles are swollen. It can occur anywhere on the skin, and usually occurs when the hair follicles are damaged by friction from clothing, shaving, or blockage of the follicle, and a bacterial infection may follow. Common symptoms may include a rash, itching, and ...Read more
Little skin bumps: Folliculitis is inflammation of hair follicles. Follicles are tiny canals that extend down into the skin, and many contain an oil gland, and a hair follicle.Men have more hairs than women. The folliculits can be caused by a bacteria germ, but most often there is no germ. Waxing, shaving and oily lotions can cause clogged pores and then inflammation, or folliculitis. It may itch or hurt. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Wet shave: Look up wet shaving techniques. In addition to adding a little panache to your morning routine, you'll cut down on shaving irritation. Use a single blade, make multiple passes with good shaving lather, reapplied after each pass...You'll get a better shave with less irritation. Learning to shave with a straight razor has been a blast for me.... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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