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Skin Allergic Reaction
Does consuming refrigerated food items including curry/dishes cause any skin allergic reaction?What is the max no.Of days a dish can be kept in fridge
Two issues: Refrigeration would not alter the allergenic potential of curry. You may be allergic to one or more contents of any prepared dish and it usually takes exclusion studies to settle the issue. Second item, it is generally not a good idea to keep a dish in the fridge for more than five days. ...Read more
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
28/f, itchy skin all over body, no rash. Scared it could be lymphoma. Read its a common symptom. No dry skin, not allergic reaction. No other problems?
Get checked by Docto: Itching is common among normal healthy people. Most often it is due to dry skin which is very common in colder winter months(home heat make sit much worse). It is not a common symptom or lymphoma. So you can get that out of your mind. Use some oily lotions daily and it should settle down. If it gets worse/persists despite well oiled skin, then get a medical check up from your doctor. ...Read more
The skin around my mouth & chin & slightly jaw is peeling & it feels a bit numb. Never happened. How to cure peeling/flaky skin? No allergic reaction
Chronic Neurogenic inflammation in skin after allergic reaction. What is the treatment to stop this inflammatn?
Skin rash, allergic reaction I have been experiencing a skin irritation/rash since january 6th. It started as an intense itching on both feet and both hands but nothing outward. I took Benadryl for a few days and then went to a dermatologist who could se
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See your doctor: If the allergic reaction is gone and your skin is still red or peeling,apply a thin layer of hydrocortisone for two days once daily. If it is not that irritated a non oil based moisturizer will resolve the redness. If you need treatment for the allergic dermatitis your medspa doctor can prescribe a steroid, if the zyrtec, allegra, bendaryl, or claritin (loratadine) did not resolve the rash. ...Read more
I am having troubles finding a good facial lotion.I have sensitive skin and every lotion I buy makes my skin have an allergic reaction. What can I use?
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Moisturizer and time: After an allergic reaction that affects the skin, it can take time for the skin to heal. There are many different types of skin reactions including blisters, hives, sandpaper-like, oozing, sunburn type, etc. As long as the trigger of the skin reaction has been removed, antihistamines may help with itching, but moisturizers especially ointments applied within 3 minutes of a bath can help dry skin. ...Read more
I get small pimples under my facial skin due to allergic reaction to somrthing i can't figure out. Don't want to take antiallergies everyday. Help!
See a doctor: You should go see a doctor so they can perform and allergy test to try and figure out what is causing the allergic reaction and what steps you can take from there :] also they would be able to tell you if the pimples were actually due to an allergic reaction or something different. ...Read more
My Boyfriend is experiencing skin rash and skin blisters. The following also describe him: Skin redness or irritation, Skin swelling, and Allergic reaction. What should he do?
What kind?: What kind of bioplastic you are talking about? ...Read more
Skin suffered a mild allergic reaction from moisturizer. Bought another that is for allergy prone skin. Can I use it now? Or wait till skin is healed?
I've had an allergic reaction (skin rash) to a dose increase of sertraline. The rash is on my face, neck, chest, back and arms. I took a full 25 mg dose 1x and woke up with a slight rash on my face. took a 2nd 25 mg dose and the rash is now everywhere
See MD: Contact your prescribing doctor without delay for advice. Rash from sertraline has been reported, but is not common. Doctor needs to see your rash and advise. If you can't reach your doctor, go to urgent care or ED for proper diagnosis and guidance. Hope you feel better soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Experiencing itchy rash. also describe me: Skin redness/irritation and Allergic reaction.What should I do?
Hand arms and legs mostly hands& arms help
Too little info: Most skin rashes need to be examined in order to offer meaningful insight. In the case of a reaction, a discussion about potential exposures is also necessary. ...Read more
Nearly everyday I have an allergic skin reaction which gives red dots over my skin, what can I do?!
Allergic rash: Given the limited information (where is the rash, what triggers it, is it itchy, does it go away within a short period of time, etc.), i would suggest that an allergy evaluation might be helpful if there is a suspicion that foods or environmental triggers are responsible. There may be other causes for the rash, in which case seeing your internist and having a physical with lab tests may be needed. ...Read more
Can allergic skin reaction (1st bright red now brown & scabbing) can leave the skin permanently hyperpigmented or with brown marks?will it resolve?
Depends: Allergic reactions can cause skin hyperpigmentation. Depending on what caused the reaction (contact allergy or hives or irritant reaction or drug rash), the hyperpigmentation may or may not resolve. Hyperpigmetation can fade over time if there is no repetitive skin irritation. Scabbing and oozing can be signs of infection, kindly have the rash evaluated if it doesn't resolve. ...Read more
They are different: A mild burn like a red area or blister can be treated with cool moist dressings. Allergic skin reaction need to be evaluated by a medical professional. If very mild a Hydrocortisone cream may help. If it itches an antihistamine may help. Best to have it looked at. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Probably not: Allergic reaction r usually mediated by an antibody called ige in the body. Ige has to bind usually large molecules, such as proteins to cause an allergic reaction. Water molecule is very small. It will not be recognized by human ige. So no one will be truly "allergic" to water. In the rare cases of aquatic urticaria, contact of skin to water can trigger hives, but not a true allergic process. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I believe I have an allergic skin reaction to the strong indian cooking odor from an adjacent apartment. My skin burns and gets red. What can I do?
Unlikely: A skin reaction has to be from contact to something you applied on it or from something you ingested or took, such as food or medication. It cannot occur from a smell. ...Read more
Have you heard of Nature's Bounty Hair, Skin & Nails causing an allergic skin reaction (could it be from the biotin or hyaluronic acid)?
Could be anything: One could be allergic to anything. This product contains more than just biotin and hyaluronic acid. You could also be sensitive to inert/filler ingredients. And it's possible you have a concidental skin problem unrelated to this product. Stop taking it, and see if your skin condition resolves. Then try again, see if it comes back. But if it's true allergy, you might have worse than just a rash! ...Read more
Can taking prozac, prilosec, klonopin, or mirena (levonorgestrel) birth control cause allergic skin reaction from getting in a tanning bed?
Hives: It sounds as if you are having a dermatologic condition called urticaria. Urticaria is the medical terminology for hives. It is the bodies response to a certain stimulus, such as an allergy. The body will release histamine in response to a stimulus and histamine causes redness, swelling, burning sensation and itching. Benadryl (diphenhydramine) can help relieve symptoms. ...Read more
Moisturizer: I assume you received medical care for your reaction and are now dealing with the consequences of stretched skin. Usually the skin regains its normal shape within days, but if it is cracking and peeling, use a moisturizer daily to soothe it. ...Read more
Contact Dermatitis: Allergic contact dermatitis is a T cell-mediated, delayed-type hypersensitivity response. Contact allergens include metals, glues, plastics, rubber, fragrances, topical antibiotics, preservatives, and chemicals used in hair-care and cosmetic products. Avoidance is mainstay of treatment. Diagnosed by allergen patch testing at an allergist office. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a penicillin allergic reaction about 3 weeks ago and i feel like my skin has become a lot more sensitive. Is that normal?
May be normal: Depending on what kind of reaction to penicillin you had, 3 weeks out from a reaction, it may be reasonable for your skin to still feel more sensitive. Usually this occurs in patients with delayed type reaction to penicillin. If you still feel that you are having symptoms you should see the doctor that diagnosed your penicillin allergy. You may need medications to help calm your skin. ...Read more
My get skin gets red easily and briefly after scratching. Is this normal? I also had allergic reaction recently from a med, maybe still in system?
There is a condition: called dermatographism, where when you scratch your skin it will cause red inflammed reaction where you scratched the skin. There is no treatment but antihistamines can help. Drug rashes can persist up to one month after you stop taking the medication in most cases, but it doesn't sound like that. ...Read more
How would i know if I am havin an allergic reaction to buffalo fly bites? I have quiet a few bites on my head n neck n drivin me insane
Insect: If systemic sxs are present after bitt. Otherwise more of a toxic reaction. ...Read more
Probably not.: If you are referring to an opiate pain killer like codeine, hydrocodone, morphine, etc. The itching likely represents a release of histamine -- the chemical that causes allergic reactions. This is a function of the medication itself. Histamine is also released in allergic reactions so the confusion is understandable. If the painkiller is Ibuprofen or something similar, it could be an allergy. ...Read more
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