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HappyDaddy
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Joined: 09/28/2016 - 09:10
Allergic reaction

Allergic reactions in the skin are common, and most of us will experience some form of allergic reaction in our lifetime. Skin reactions are known as “contact dermatitis” for true allergies or “irritant contact dermatitis” for non-allergic reactions. Most of these reactions are responses to a common irritant and are not serious. Symptoms include flat red dots, raised red bumps, scaly areas, blisters, and a burning or itching sensation in the skin. If you experience these symptoms chronically, however, it is more likely that they are eczema or atopic dermatitis. If you sporadically experience the symptoms or they seem to happen in response to a specific allergen, it is more likely that you are suffering from contact dermatitis. So did you guys have any allergic reaction? And what should we do to clear skin of an allergic reaction?

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Morningstar
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Joined: 10/09/2016 - 17:34
Allergic reaction

There are few rules for you man! Do not scratch your rash. While your skin is likely itchy, scratching only further irritates it, and can increase the duration of the reaction and even cause it to spread further. Do not itch or touch the affected area.Note that if scratching is particularly tempting, try wearing gloves or mittens while at home. If this is uncomfortable for you, clipping your nails can also help. Anything to delay the instant gratification of scratching deters you from indulging in the behavior.Choose loose-fitting clothing. Tight clothes can rub against a skin rash, further irritating the area. Wear loose-fitting clothing or, if possible, clothing that does not cover the affected area at all, such as shorts or t-shirts.Moisture and heat of any kind can sometimes irritate a skin rash, so make sure the clothing is lightweight and made from a material that dries quickly, such as cotton.If your symptoms are severe, a damp dressing may help. Find a soft cotton garment like a long-sleeve t-shirt or long underwear, soak it in cool water, wring it out, and then put it on. Wear a loose-fitting garment over the dressing.Refrain from conducting activities that irritate skin. During the duration of the rash, activities that lead to unnecessary skin contact and sweating should be avoided.Most contact sports - like football, rugby, and hockey - should be avoided altogether as it's hard to avoid touching and further irritating the skin.Exercises like aerobics, running, and weightlifting can be fine. However, sweating can be harmful for a skin rash so if you choose to participate find fast-drying workout clothing that does not have too much contact with the affected area.

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Pol
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Allergic reaction

During the first contact with antigen, our immune system remembers it and at the second meeting are able to identify and attack the special antibodies that already exist in the body. :ohmy: It explains the causes of seasonal exacerbations in allergic. :S :S :S :S Consider special injections against allergies. Taking such injections against allergies, you can reduce reactions to allergy for a long time. However, these injections can take years to realize their potential...Use wet cleaning as an effective means of reducing the amount of allergens in the air. ;) ;) ;) ;)

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Patrick
Last seen: 7 months 2 weeks ago
Joined: 10/18/2016 - 17:09
Dude, as for me, I know that

Dude, as for me, I know that this is a very usual problem, common for everyone, and everyone can have unique allergy for different products. As for me, I am too happy, because I never had something like that form my childhood, and I just hope that i would not have this in future. But at the same time, I still don't have a child, but I heard that it happens too  often with small kids, and I don't know even what to do in such situation...

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Loran
Last seen: 9 months 3 weeks ago
Joined: 03/28/2017 - 21:51
Hello everybody and everyone

Hello everybody and everyone here friends))How are you???I am one of those who has an allergy on some flowers and dust..I am terribly sick of it.I know that allergies can be assigned a second name "disease of the century", because at the present time, this disease, or rather its variation affects more than 85% of the total population of our planet. Allergies – is inadequate reaction of organism on contact or ingress of the allergen.Unfortunately friends this allergy can cause this awful allergy reaction..And in my case it happens on my skin...And what can you say??

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CarlosFerro
Last seen: 7 months 7 hours ago
Joined: 03/07/2017 - 13:56
allergic reaction

Ohh Gosh, I know how NOT pleasant it can be and I would rather not see the sun, than have the rush.... yeah, you have heard me right! i have the allergy to the sun... but it appears only when I am on the vacation on the beach and the sun is shining so the upper part of my breasts becomes red and itching sooo much, that it is hard to express..I always say to myself - do not scratch your rash, fellow! While your skin is likely itchy, scratching only further irritates it, and can increase the duration of the reaction and even cause it to spread further. Do not itch or touch the affected area.FYI,  if scratching is particularly tempting, try wearing gloves or mittens while at home. 

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Valeos
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Joined: 11/23/2017 - 11:52
Allergic reaction

Good night, guys. I'm here now trying to remember whether I had an allergic reaction to anything, and remembered two. I already spoke about one in one of the themes, and the second I will now tell. Once I was supposed to take part in competitions of my sport in Shanghai, China. But on preparatory training I pulled my neck and I was advised to paste one of the miraculous plasters, they are soaked with herbs and warming oils. An hour later, I had a reddened area of ​​10 cm outside the plaster and then a rash appeared, my neck stopped hurting, an allergy came to replace the pain))))

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