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Propylene Glycol Allergy Symptoms
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
Dgnsd w/+1 propylene glycol, 2-etylhexyl-p-methoxycinnamate, 4-phenylenediamine, & methyl methacrylate allergies. Need nonirritating products. Advice?
Contact allergies: You should have been. Given information by your testing physician on what products are safe to use. If you go to truetest. Com, you can information sheets on the products you mentioned to void possiblel triggering agents. ...Read more
I had a positive result on allergy Patch test for Propylene Glycol. I just noticed the Eucerin lotion I use everyday contains this. What can I do?
Patch Tests: Any allergy test has to be correlated with clinical findings. In other words, do you have any allergy symptoms when you use your present lotion or other products with propylene glycol in them. If you have no reaction, then the positive patch test is not significant. If you do have symptoms then it is significant. I have positive testing to grass but have no symptoms, so I'm not really allergic ...Read more
Allergy to propylene glycol. Used new toothpaste now gums are inflamed, mouth burns itchy throat tightness & sores on gums. Is PEG-8 the same as PG?
Nearly: PEG is propylene glycol. The 8 is the number of ethylene glycol units attached. It is used in a variety of products including toothpaste. If you are allergic to propylene glycol stop using PEG 8 products. ...Read more
CereVe: There is a line of creams, lotions, and cleansers called cereve, which is available over the counter. They are free of propylene glycol. They are expensive but worth it if you are allergic. I have just become aware that I am allergic-- this propylene glycol is everywhere----deodorants, cottonelle wipes, etc, so just switching lotions may not be enough! Yikes! Good luck to both of us! ...Read more
The "ol" on the ends: Basically means that both compounds are alcohols. But there are many, many alcohols that are used in various products. The more dangerous of the 2 is the ethylene glycol which is found in antifreeze and a number of other products. ...Read more
Electric cigs: Yes I can and no they are not safe. ...Read more
Yes: Yes, as long as you do not swallow! It is not meant to be swallowed. ...Read more
No, I believe it: Acts as a moisturizer in hair care products and makes the hair softer ...Read more
NO: No- it is a common ingredient in many hair products. ...Read more
Little is known about hookah pens, most have no tar/nicotine/tobacco ect. Just vapor and flavored with propylene glycol. Are they safe?
They are still a: Respiratory irritant. That is not a good thing. ...Read more
Treating melasma using vit c, all vit c products contain propylene glycol, is this ok to use on my face. Tyvm?
Yes: But I'd doubt that vit c would get you the result you desire. ...Read more
How safe are electronic cigarettes using propylene glycol as the "vapor" for asthmatics? Better than real cigarettes?
Electronic cigarette: Always difficult to tell what will be an irritant to an asthmatics. Probably one if the biggest benefits of an electronic cigarette is that it precludes exposure to some of the carcinogens found in tobacco products. Also reduces negative side effects that nicotine has on the cardiovascular/cns/respiratory/ other organ systems. ...Read more
Good facial moisturizer for normal skin? I never use it. No parabens, propylene glycol, or any bad stuff. Thank you <3
I am highly allergic to Propylene glycol. Is it safe to take a medication containing Polyethylene glycol? Are these two different??
Yes: They are quite different although with similar sounding names. ...Read more
Would these cause a positive ETG test. Cetyl, Stearyl, Cetearyl alcohols. Panthenol, Phenoxyethenol, Butylene Glycol, Propanol, Propylene Glycol.?
Only ethanol makeEtG: Those compounds aren't metabolized to EtG. Food products (vanilla), hygiene products, mouthwash, or OTC medications (cough syrups) containing ethanol can cause EtG levels to exceed 100 ng/mL but not 500 ng/mL. If measurable ethanol is detected (greater than. 04 gm%) in the urine & EtG is >250 ng/mL, or if EtG > 500 ng/mL, then this is very strong evidence that beverage alcohol was consumed. ...Read more
I'm 16 and want to get a vaporizer but understand nicotine and propylene glycol can have unwanted side effects so I would be getting the purely vegetable glycerine e-juice. And would like to know if it can cause any type of serious side effects at all?
I may have injested following things shoul ibe worried, PVP, DIMETHICONE, kaolin, titanium dioxide, Vp/VA copolymer, propylene glycol from nose strip?
No: I am assuming you mean a nasal strip like Breath Right. None of those compounds cause significant toxicity, especially ingested in the small amount that would be present in a nasal strip. No need for concern. ...Read more
Can 'vaping' (e-cigerettes) with nicotine in a propylene glycol solution cause elevated liver enzymes. Not sure if nicotine has an effect on liver? Ty
No: Nicotine has no adverse effect upon the liver unless you had a major overdose which only happens with the administration of large doses of nicotine. These doses cannot be met by smoking or vaping. Propylene glycol won't cause problems either. I would worry about chronic lung damage and nicotine addiction. If your liver enzymes are elevated, your doctor needs to find out the reason. ...Read more
Is vaping with 0mg nicotine safe while pregnant (To help ease the habit)? The ingredients are: water, propylene glycol, vegetable glycerin, & flavoring
Not recomended: Inhaling aerosolized chemicals isn't best for you or for the baby. Vaping is a new product in the market and the effect on lungs/babies are still not fully understood. I would use this time to kick the habit to ensure that you give your baby the full potential to grow without interruptions by potential stressors like smoke ...Read more
Recently started vaping cbd oil, now have strong smelling urine, found out its an adverse reaction to propylene glycol in it, is it safe for me to keep using it when I am having this reaction? Like can I get sick or an infection if I keep using it?
Quit using it:
Weed and weed products are psychoactive drugs and will mess with your brain more than give you a smelly urine. Just because it may be legal does not mean it is safe.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
My doc gave me normo tears drop comp : polyethylene glycol 400 nf, propylene glycol ip for removing the foreign body from the eyes. Will it helpful?
I heard that deodorant containing propylene glycol could cause swollen lymph nodes. I'm using minoxidil 5% with propylene glycol in the content and experiencing swollen lymph nodes. I'm 100% sure that this minoxidil solution is causing it. Is propylene glyc
Propylene glycol: PG is considered safe for ingestion by the FDA. There is no evidence linking PG to cancer, illness, or enlarged lymph nodes. Chances are that you read something written by someone with something to sell, such as a PG free product. Regarding your lymph nodes, everybody has them, and they are often palpable, even when completely normal. You are young for male pattern baldness, though. Seek MD advice ...Read more
I am a female, 35 yrs old, with thinning hair. Can doctors prescribe a 5%, non-greasy, minoxidil solution without the propylene glycol for me?
Thinning hair: Yes the doctors can prescribe, but not before the doctor has taken a history from you, examined you, and made decisions about your treatment. ...Read more
Runny Nose, Made Worse By Exposure To Allergen Or Irritants (Definition)
Runny nose, made worse by exposure to allergen or irritants ...Read more
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