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Hi My son had this, he got some drugs to calm his skin down, these were over the counter stuff.he also had olive oil put over the the skin, very good...
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Will sunburned legs hurt the baby? No.  What can you do? How about using some sunscreen next time so you will not have to deal with unnecessary...
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The reason that you are having skin burn when you sweat is because there are fats and toxins in your body that is not needed so when you workout you...
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You do realize that the experts on WebMD have no way of seeing your skin lesions nor examining you....essential components for any medical...
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Hi If he's that bad suggest an ER, they would know how to handle him best.Good Luck
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Apple cider vinegar would be the best out of all vinegars due to the acidic levels which will kill off dead cells causing the skin to make new...
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Hi, Well if its itching like crazy, like I remember it does, you could try some good olive oil, virgin would be best, or aloe vera gel, both very...
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Hi I'm adding a link on lupus symptoms, I think this is a good match for your problems. http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Lupus/Pages/Symptoms...
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I would buy a real aloe vera plant. Cut off a leaf, slicing open one side and pealing it open to expose the center, scrape the jelly off, apply...
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Using milk may be as effective as plain water...... Milk really has no special healing powers for sunburn...it is just the coolness of the liquid...
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Consult a doctor!  If the skin has not been scraped or cut, it could possibly be cellulitus (caused by swelling of the legs) or several...
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When you burn sensitive skin, it will turn red and may turn brown (if it doesn't peel off). Later in life, it may turn into skin cancer.Use...
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Hi Well you have sunburnt yourself, very well then, as long as you use some protection, you should be ok, but don't go for a heavy one, mind...
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Hi Your skinning from the sunburn, apply some oils to it, baby oil or olive oil, or you could try some aloe vera gel, very good for your sunburn and...
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Sounds like you are having a food allergy. Also sounds like the hot flashes from niacin. Are you taking any B vitamins?
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