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Irish Spring Soap
I change my sheets one my bed and I use irish spring soap. My chest is getting red and itchy and i kind of have rashes. What can it be?
Sounds : Like topical allergic reaction to laundry or bath soap. It could be anything else, too, that comes in contact. If you have any systemic symptoms such as fever, fatigue, joint pains, etc, the rash could be a manifestation of a problem with your internal organs, so go see a doctor if rash persists or if you have any other symptom. ...Read more
I shaved my pubic hair using an irish spring soap for easy shaving. I applied too much soap. Now I have reddish vagina and burns when i pee. Any cure?
Irish Spring: This is a particularly harsh soap which contains eucalyptus and menthol type ingredients. Chemical irritation will pass with time. Next time use ph balanced baby soap or shampoo. ...Read more
I used irish spring aloe soap on my vagina and its itching and on fire i used it before i dont know what's wrong i have no infections got tested?
Contact dermatitis : This sounds like contact dermatitis which can develop after using something without problems in the past. It is best to avoid all dyes, deodorants,and perfumes in the vaginal area. Things like Aveeno (oatmeal) and Dove for sensitive skin are best. Hope this helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pica: Nutritional deficiencies. Some speculate that pica is your body's way of telling you that you are missing some important nutrient. Iron, calcium, zinc, and vitamins c ; d deficiencies have been found in people with pica. Culture and family influences. Stress. The desire to eat non-food substances may be a coping strategy for stress. Underlying biochemical disorder. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Consider infection: If this is a sudden problem, you may have infectious pink eye, and if it is mild you can wait a week or two to see if it goes away. If you have had the problem for a long time you may have chronic pink eye, which should be treated. With regard to cleaning it, a warm soak is often helpful to remove the deposits. A few drops of baby shampoo on a corner of a warm wash cloth works well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer