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Soap Notes Mental Health
No: No, there is no evidence that it is harmful. Hope just that you are not allergic to the soap. ...Read more
No: Every product has some crook claiming it causes cancer or other adverse health effects. These people are pretending to be your friends and protecting you from wicked soap-producers in order to sucker you into buying worthless products. Under a weird law in California, EVERYTHING has to be labeled as causing cancer, and I think this is the source of this particular story. ...Read more
I have a musty scent to me and ihave a clean bill of health from my ob . No stds. No infections. I just sweat a lot. I am clean and use unscented soap?
Isn't that good?: It sounds as though you doing everything right. Is this smell you sense or others? ...Read more
I have OCD with hand washing but think I'm doing harm to my health if don't scrub off all the soap. Can obsessive hand washing n soap cause cancer?
Not likely but it: will create skin conditions (making it raw, red, swollen, and prone to infections if broken). A dermatologist might help your skin but its your brain that is the problem. OCD is an anxiety disorder with underlying neurological conditions. Try a psychiatrist for meds and a psychologist for behave mgt. Here's a reference on anxiety: http://www.psychologyproductsandservices.com/page2.html ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
At health clinic, they said it's not an STD to use antibacterial soap, still been getting these blister-like sores on my genital area, what to do?
Sure: S: 37yom comes in for reeval of COPD and chf. Doing well. No dyspnea/chest pain/orthopnea, or extremity edema. O: BP 120/80, p78, r12. Alert, comfortable, nad cv: rrr no mrg resp: clear bilat, no acc muscle use extr: warm, good pulses, no edema labs: (results) ecg: (results) prior echo: (summary) a: 1. COPD - stable 2. Chf- stable p: 1. Continue current meds 2. Counsel- low salt diet. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I eat soap and wanted to know what risks im taking I love the taste and I've been doing it 4 a long time now?
Depends on amount: Soap is not designed to be eaten but does dissolve in wet locations, so likely will cause bodily damage, depending on the amount eaten per day, the duration of the habit, and the type of chemicals in the soap. The eating of non-food items is not "normal", so should be evaluated by a primary care doctor. Referral to a psychologist or psychiatrist may help, if one is unable to stop eating objects. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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