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Can raw sewage fumes (hydrogen sulfide) be making my family sick. Just discovered this problem under our house.Home inspector missed it. We've been here 7mos and we've been sick for months now. We thought it was our natural gas at first until we had a plu
Extremely toxic!: Hydrogen sulfide is a very toxic gas produced by the use of fracking to get oil. It is also a component of "sewer gas" which can accumulate in homes when the water trap normally present in plumbing fails to prevent sewage fumes from entering the home. It is lethal at high concentrations and severely toxic to the body with chronic exposure to lower levels. See: http://1.usa.gov/1RVhN8E ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I just bough selsun blue with selenium sulfide how to apply ?, how long till you rinse it?, and how often i need to re do ? 1every week, 1 every 2 week
Seborrhea: Selsun blue is a brand name shampoo for the treatment of seborrhea (dandruff). Most people benefit by shampooing to a good lather and then letting the medication sit on the scalp for about 5 minutes. You want this time to penetrate the scalp. Depending on your severity depends how often you may use it. If it is severe a dermatologist can rx a stronger shampoo if needed. ...Read more
Anti-dandruff 'poos: Dandruff is associated with malassezia fungus infection. Selenium sulfide should work well but you can also try dandruff shampoos that contains zinc pyrithione, which can reduce the fungus; salicylic acid, which works as a sort of scrub to slough off dead skin; or ketoconazole, which works against a broad array of fungi. See a Dermatologist if these don't work. Take care. ...Read more
Anti-dandruff 'poos: Dandruff is associated with malassezia fungus infection. Try other over-the-counter dandruff shampoos, and look for one that contains zinc pyrithione, which can reduce the fungus; salicylic acid, which works as a sort of scrub to slough off dead skin; or ketoconazole, which works against a broad array of fungi. See a Dermatologist if these don't work. Take care. ...Read more
Not exactly: For what people call "ringworm", the medical name is tinea corporis, and the treatment is lotriminaf (or a similar antifungal). The lotriminaf is over-the-counter. For tinea versicolor, which is different from tinea corporis, and looks more like lots of little spots on the oilier parts of the body (usually the trunk, neck, face), one can use the 2.5% selenium sulfide lotion or shampoo. ...Read more
No: It might remove flakes/scales, though.Get a more detailed answer ›
I was prescribed selenium sulfide lotion. Should I take selinum as mineral dietary supplement too?
No: It isn't necessary.Get a more detailed answer ›
No: Selenium-containing dandruff shampoo helps treat a mild fungus on the skin, called tinea versicolor. The shampoo doesn't get rid of ringworm on the scalp, which is a different type of tinea infection, called tinea capitis. A dermatologist or a primary care doctor can help with ringworm of the scalp. ...Read more
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