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Poison Ivy Side Effects
Toxic ingestion (also called "poisoning") is a condition in which a person has eaten or drank a substance that causes ill symptoms or damage to his body. Taking an overdose of a medicine, taking any dose of a poison, drinking too much vodka, or accidentally drinking antifreeze . . . are all ...Read more
I am on prednisone and cephalexin for a fairly bad case of poison ivy. Are there any side effects of smoking some pot while on these two?
I have a rash on my side that looks like poison ivy but it is not itching or oozing the size is about 2 by 4 inch. Been there for 8 days. What is it?.
See your DR: Or a dermatologist. Only an exam can answer your question. ...Read more
I have a few tiny bumps on the side of my index finger, near the tip. Like non itchy poison ivy. Not red or painful, hard to even see. What are they?
I have poison ivy on the palm and side of some of my fingers. Skin is red swollen and real dry feeling. What do I do??
Can u get poison ivy in lungs. I was breathing poison ivy dust the othee day and now I have chest pain on right side when swallowing.
The other day I had a few clear in color blisters on the side of my penis. It kind of looked liked poison ivy maybe. I squeezed them and woke up the next day with the skin extremely swollen and is now very itchy. It has been three days now. I have tried
Contact dermatitis: Poison ivy can get on your penis if you touch a plant and then your privates. If you did that, about 2-3 days later, it would do exactly what you describe, and the itching normally lasts about 3 weeks. The itching is normally quite severe, so it would be best if you saw your doctor and got prescription medication and made sure the diagnosis is correct. Rashes have to be seen to be diagnosed. ...Read more
I woke up with a giant rash looks almost like as if I rubbed poison ivy on. Find one on my thigh, calve, and upper arms on both sides. Is it heat?
Yes: Occasionally, people who have reacted to poison oak will begin to have allergic reactions to fruits in the same plant family. Poison oak, poison ivy, mango, cashew, and pistachio all belong to the plant family "anacardiaceae". A reaction to poison oak can lead to future reactions to mangoes. So, it is best to avoid poison oak and poison ivy, even if one has never suffered a reaction previously. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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