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You may have a genetic condition called KERATOSIS PILARIS. Keep in mind that this is just a guess since I cannot examine you. I suspect one of...
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Most people can take Benadryl, but please keep in mind that we know nothing about you or your medical history. If you medically taken Benadryl in the...
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Possibly he has allergies to certain foods.
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Hi This is from WebMD.Your doctor can usually make the diagnosis of vitiligo during a physical exam. There is no known way to prevent or cure...
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If you are allergic to cortozone or any of it's compounds then yes it could be an allergic reaction.  The best thing to do is ask his Dr.
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Yes....having sex is safe. Allergic reactions are not transmitted that way.
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Not very long....the effects of this relatively-low dosage will be fading quickly, perhaps in several hours. In the meantime, it is helping...
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A really good psychiatrist
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Could be your son is allergic to the adhesives on the band-aid. It should go away in a couple of days.  If not... wait... wait... go see the...
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It depends on the severity of your allergic reaction. For instance, someone who may be allergic to bees should not just get stung again to see what...
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An allergic reaction to neomycin is actually quite common. I see this on occasion with neomycin-containing eardrops. Your doctor needs to prescribe...
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Possibly, but with my experience with scabies, is you're more likely to start itching when they burrow. However, that isn't always the case...
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Sounds like an allergic reation to me as well.  Most allergic reactions can be treated with meds such as zyrtec, allergra...
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Yes, it is not uncommon to have an allergic reaction to the medications used for swimmer's ear. The Neosporin part is usually the culprit. Please...
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It doesn't sound like an allergic reaction, but maybe a side effect of the local anesthetic that may have contained epinephrine. This is used to...
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