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Have been treating entire body for fungal infection with coconut oil rash gone skin dry and flaky now still itches really bad possible Id reaction? Symmetrical rash started on torso spread to arms and legs has reached ankles still extremely itchy on breas

Have been treating entire body for fungal infection with coconut oil rash gone skin dry and flaky now still itches really bad possible Id reaction? Symmetrical rash started on torso spread to arms and legs has reached ankles still extremely itchy on breas

Sounds fungal: Would need more background information as there are several potential causes for rash such as this. However, ruling out fungal infection is at top of list. Coconut oil has good antimicrobial properties and may have helped calm an inflammatory reaction to the infection, but does not seem to have completed the task. Would see a physician to confirm and take antifungal medication. ...Read more

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Atoscopic preganancy reaction be n symtoms?

Atoscopic preganancy reaction be n symtoms?

Do you mean ectopic?: This is when the fertilized egg implants somewhere besides the uterus, most often in the fallopian tube, so it's sometimes called a tubal preganacy. Early on, it seems normal, but by 6-8wks, there's possibly belly pain, bleeding, dizziness/fainting and maybe even shoulder pain from internal bleeding. Ectopic preganacy cannot be saved; if not ended quickly the tubal damage & bleeding can be deadly. ...Read more

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Having reaction to lisinppril?

Having reaction to lisinppril?

Cough or allergy: The most common reaction to Lisinopril (zestril) is a dry, nonproductive, irritating, hacking cough. This cough goes on and on and doesn't go away until the medication is stopped. There are other reactions, with allergy being the most serious, but the real deal-breaker for most people is the intrusive cough. ...Read more

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What is a vagal reaction?

What is a vagal reaction?

When your vagus: Nerve gets stimulated (usually by pain, but it could be anything), it sends out signals to slow your heart. If the heart rate slows enough, you can have a fainting spell. This is called a vaso-vagal reaction. ...Read more

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What is the arthus reaction ?

What is the arthus reaction ?

Studying for exam?: It is a type iii immune reaction involving an antibody vs the immunogen. Unlike an allergic reaction, the onset is delayed from several hours to a couple of days after the exposure. ...Read more

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What is the disulferame reaction??

What is the disulferame reaction??

Disulfiram: Aka Antabuse (disulfiram) is used to help deter use of alcohol which can help increase resolve and motivation for abstinence. Drinking alcohol can lead to very high blood pressure (hypertensive crisis), nausea and vomiting and even death in some cases. Any topical agents with alcohol or anything by mouth that has alcohol, and some other medications could also potentially react ...Read more

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What's a vasovagal reaction feel like?

What's a vasovagal reaction feel like?

Vasovagal : Clammy or sweaty, lightheaded or dizzy & possibly nauseous. ...Read more

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Can u have a reaction to your own sweat?

Can u have a reaction to your own sweat?

Not really: Your body will be tolerant to its own sweat . However sweat is also a bit of a culture medium and in the wrong circumstances may collect bacteria or toxins that can cause a reaction. If you think this is a problem then take a shower quickly after anything which makes you sweat. ...Read more

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How do I know if I have a tampon reaction?

How do I know if I have a tampon reaction?

Toxic Shock?: Get med care for: high fever,muscle aches, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or rash of palms/ soles. ...Read more