What does poison ivy look like?

3 leaf/red bump itch. Poison ivy has groups of 3 rounded leaves with a point at the tip, and grows as underbrush. Poison oak & sumac also have 3 leaves, thus the the saying "leaves of 3, let them be." they all cause the same rash: red, itchy bumps which may spread across the skin when scratched. If otc benadryl, (diphenhydramine) cortisone cream and calamine lotion aren't enough, you may need to see a dr. For stronger prescribed meds.
Itchy. Itching is pretty much present in every case. Redness and blistering are all pretty common too. I am hoping that's what you were asking. As far as exactly what the plant looks like there are some great pics available by searching google.

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Swelling. The eyelid would be swollen with possible blisters and itchy. Wash the area to remove the allergen and see a doctor for proper treatment. An eye doctor or opthamologist would be appropriate. Read more...
Poison ivy. The eyelid can be very very swollen and red, there may or may not be blisters. The white cornea can become very inflammed. Read more...

Can you tell me what can poison ivy, oak and sumac look like on your skin?

Red, itchy streaks. Skin contact with poison ivy can lead to a very itchy, red, blistering rash frequently in linear or streak patterns where the oleoresin contacted the skin. To read more about poison ivy, see my blog at: http://www.Familyallergyasthmacare.Com/2014/04/the-3-points-of-poison-ivy/. Read more...