... and are blisters forming?
This could be ALLERGICCONTACTDERMATITIS, caused by POISONIVY, poison oak or poison sumac. The oil from these plants causes an ALLERGIC REACTION.
Wash the area with soap and water ...
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... turn shades of red and purple in fall. Poisonivy is caused by an allergic reaction ( allergiccontactdermatitis ) to the oily coating that covers of ... person doesn't have to come in direct contact with the leaves, roots, or ... some time and remain allergic. A sensitivity can change at any time. There's ...
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... tan leather) are other metals that frequently cause allergiccontactdermatitis.
Plants . A brush with poisonivy, poison oak, or poison sumac is a frequent cause.
Rubber accelerators . Found in everything ... Sometimes allergiccontactdermatitis does not flare until it is triggered. Ultraviolet ( ...
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