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Doctor insights on: Phosphoric Acid Allergy

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Why is there phosphoric acid in Elica cream?

Phosphoric Acid: PHOSPHORIC ACID: Phosphoric Acid is a caustic inorganic acid.

Function (s): a buffer, fragrance Ingredient and or pH Adjuster. ...Read more

Dr. John Chiu
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Allergies (Definition)

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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My baby brother drank straight phosphoric acid. What could this do?

Call Poison Hotline: Call the poison hotline to get immediate help and then go to the ed. ...Read more

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How does the phosphoric acid in soda affect your body?

How does the phosphoric acid in soda affect your body?

Tooth decay/erosion: The acid in soda causes demineralization of your teeth's hard enamel surface and leads to enamel erosion and tooth decay. It can cause tooth sensitivity in areas of gum recession and any existing cavities. ...Read more

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Does co2 or phosphoric acid in soda hinder calcium absorption?

Does co2 or phosphoric acid in soda hinder calcium absorption?

All things in: Moderation. As long as you are talking 5000 units of vitamin d3 daily and a calcium magnesium twice daily, that ought to be good. And, perhaps limiting your carbonated drinks to 1 per day might be reasonable. ...Read more

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I've noticed a lot of OTC mouthwashes/fluoride rinses contain citric and/or phosphoric acid. Wouldn't those harm tooth enamel or is the amt too small?

I've noticed a lot of OTC mouthwashes/fluoride rinses contain citric and/or phosphoric acid. Wouldn't those harm tooth enamel or is the amt too small?

Accentuates results: OTC mouthwashes do, in fact, contain some acids and their ph level tends to be acidic because of that. The effect on teeth, damage to the teeth is minimal, but the effect on the surface of a tooth allows fluoride to integrate with the enamel of the tooth and strengthens it. So an acid environment does not necessarily cause problems if it is needed. ...Read more

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I have athletes foot and want to disinfect my rubber thongs. Flip flops. I have sprayed Ajax surface spray on them, lactic acid 3%/phosphoric acid 3%?

I have athletes foot and want to disinfect my rubber thongs. Flip flops. I have sprayed Ajax surface spray on them, lactic acid 3%/phosphoric acid 3%?

Bleach for fungus: Bleach is one of the most effective ways to disinfect for fungus. Remember to launder all of your socks, sheets, etc... In a good bleach detergent. Bleach cleansing wipes work well to clean rubber shoes or flip flops. Also cleanse common areas (ie... Shower, tile floors) with bleach cleaning products. ...Read more

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Can hyaluronic acid cause allergies?

Can hyaluronic acid cause allergies?

Unusual: Any medication can cause an allergic reaction. An allergic reaction to hyaluronic acid would be unusual. ...Read more

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Does acid reflux cause allergies or vice versa?

Does acid reflux cause allergies or vice versa?

Neither: These are two entirely separate conditions. However, if the reflux is so bad that it reflexes all the way up to the back of the throat it can produce and aggravate allergy symptoms. ...Read more

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Is sorbic acid allergy related to other food allergens?

Is sorbic acid allergy related to other food allergens?

Potassium sorbate: Sorbic acid can cross-react with potassium sorbate. It is a rare cause of contact dermatitis (a rash) or contact urticarial (hives). ...Read more

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Help please! Could bronchiatal allergy cause acid reflux in food?

Help please! Could bronchiatal allergy cause acid reflux in food?

The other way around: Acid reflux may cause uncontrolled bronchial asthma but not the other way around. However, if you have uncontrolled bronchial asthma requiring oral or systemic corticosteroid, acid reflux symptoms can be worse due to the side effects of steroid. ...Read more

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How do I know if I have an allergy to ascorbic acid?

How do I know if I have an allergy to ascorbic acid?

Allergy symptoms: Allergy symptoms are varied and may include hives, itchy, swelling, runny nose, sneezing, coughing, wheezing, throat swelling, shortness of breath, stomach pain, vomiting or diarrhea. When people are allergic to a food most reactions occur soon after ingestion. It is doubtful that someone is allergic to ascorbic acid although it is possible to react to citrus fruits. ...Read more

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How can I tell if my symptoms are an allergy to ascorbic acid?

How can I tell if my symptoms are an allergy to ascorbic acid?

NOT: I doubt you are allergic to Vitamin C= ascorbic acid, since we need it to live. You may be allergic to an ingredient in a pill that contains vitamin C or a supplement with added ingredients. Check all ingredients. ...Read more

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Should one avoid acid neutralizers if they have a gluten allergy?

Should one avoid acid neutralizers if they have a gluten allergy?

No: The treatment for celiac disease or gluten sensitive enteropathy is complete avoidance of gluten in grains. Acid neutrualizers such as antacids, h2 blockers or ppi (proton pump inhibitors-like prilosec) are not contraindicated in gluten sensitive individuals. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Supartz (hyaluronic acid) allergy?

Hyaluronic acid: Is a key component of synovial or joint fluid and other tissues in the body, nerves, skin etc, but we know of it from injections into joints that supposedly are to improve osteoarthritis. There are some studies that support this but there are also several meta analysis (where they look at all the papers that fit criteria) that question if it helps. Individual patients however state it may help ...Read more

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Is it possible to have allergy to peek polyetheretherketone or pla poly-lactic acid?

Is it possible to have allergy to peek polyetheretherketone or pla poly-lactic acid?

Refer to the orthopo: Pls keep taking your meds, and refer asap to your orthopod, he/she might want to consult an allergist or evaluate your symptoms accordingly, which might be due to the materials used orsomething else causing the symptoms. ...Read more

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Can allergy to salicylic acid cause eczema?

Can allergy to salicylic acid cause eczema?

No: Eczema is an allergic entity by itself. The salicylic acid can cause either allergic contact dermatitis or irritant contact dermatitis as a reaction. Treatment is often similar but they are different diseases. ...Read more

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Will probiotics help acid reflux and allergies?

Will probiotics help acid reflux and allergies?

Maybe: Everybody is different, so they might provide some relief but currently there is no concrete evidence or scientific data to support the benefit of probiotics in either condition. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Acetohydroxiamic acid allergy?

What is the definition or description of: Acetohydroxiamic acid allergy?

Acetohydroxiamic: Acetohydroxiamic acid is used in the treatment of urinary tract infections. Allergic reactions can include difficulty breathing, hives and swelling of face, lips, throat, mouth or tongue. ...Read more

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What to do if I have acid reflux and have other food allergies what should I buy that is healthy?

What to do if I have acid reflux and have other food allergies what should I buy that is healthy?

Food allergies: You did not specifiy what you were allergic to, but you need to avoid fatty and greasy foods, to help your reflux. ...Read more

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Citrus fruits make me phlemgy and coughy. Do I have a citrus allergy and would it apply to other foods and lotions with citric acid?

Citrus fruits make me phlemgy and coughy. Do I have a citrus allergy and would it apply to other foods and lotions with citric acid?

Yes and no: If all citrus cause symptoms then you are allergic to an allergen shared by all. On the other hand, some people are only allergic to one and not to another and others just the allergen in the peel and not the "meat". Citric acid is a chemical and not an allergen but may sting the skin a little and thus would not bother you when present in a skin lotion. ...Read more

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What are the signs and symptoms of acid reflux or milk allergy?

What are the signs and symptoms of acid reflux or milk allergy?

GERD: Acid reflux causes central sternal burning, bloating, excessive burping and pain. It can be positional and worse at nighttime. Milk allergy is different from lactose intolerance. Milk allergy can cause rapid GI upset but might also have skin rashes, eczema flares, respiratory issues, etc. Lactose intolerance symptoms are strictly limited to GI upset. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Folate (folic acid) allergy?

What is the definition or description of: Folate (folic acid) allergy?

Folate allergy: Folate (folic acid) is a water-soluble B vitamin. An allergy occurs when your body’s immune system creates antibodies to a foreign substance causing a reaction that can be mild to severe. For potential adverse effects see: http://www. Webmd. Com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-1017-folic%20acid. Aspx? Activeingredientid=1017& ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Cecon (ascorbic acid) allergy?

Cecon allergy: Cecon is a brand name for ascorbic acid. For info about possible adverse effects see: https://www. Drugs. Com/sfx/cecon-side-effects. Html ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Depakene (valproic acid) allergy?

What is the definition or description of: Depakene (valproic acid) allergy?

STOP!!: What is the point in asking so many unhelpful questions and crowding the reply section when IF you really want to know the answer you can get it on the internet This service is for people who genuinely want reasonable answers not available elsewhere! ...Read more

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Does milk make acid reflux worse? Can a allergy to milk cause reflux and eczema?

Does milk make acid reflux worse? Can a allergy to milk cause reflux and eczema?

Milk, maybe: To check for reflux and eczema from the milk, I suggest avoiding milk for 3 days; on the 4th day give the baby milk and see if the reflux or eczema worsens. If it does repeat the avoidance and challenge to confirm. If either condition worsens, I suggest avoiding for a month and rechecking. Most such issues resolve with a little time and patience. ...Read more