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  1. Stye (Hordeolum and Chalazion) (Logical Images)  
    ... Provider May Prescribe References/Trusted Links Related diseases: Allergic Contact Dermatitis Common Wart Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis) Pink Eye (Conjunctivitis) View all ...
  2. ... temperature of the skin and cause pain. Atopic dermatitis/allergic contact dermatitis Nursing mothers with a history of atopic dermatitis ...
  3. Common Wart (Logical Images)  
    newsletter | contact Share | Common Wart Information for adults A A A This image displays an unusual "horseshoe-shaped" wart on chin. Overview ... immunotherapy agent, or other chemicals that induce an allergic reaction to destroy the wart Trusted Links MedlinePlus: Warts References Bolognia, Jean L., ...
  4. Common Wart (Logical Images)  
    newsletter | contact Share | Common Wart A parent's guide to condition and treatment information A A A This image displays a large wart ... immunotherapy agent, or other chemicals that trigger an allergic reaction to destroy the wart. Trusted Links MedlinePlus: Warts References Bolognia, Jean L., ...
  5. Warts: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Outcome (American Academy of Dermatology)  
    ... a chemical, such as diphencyprone (DCP), to the warts. A mild allergic reaction occurs around the treated warts. This reaction may cause the warts to go ...
  6. ... change in the color or appearance of the wart. ... Avoid direct contact with a wart on another person's skin. Wash your hands carefully after touching a wart. Wear socks or shoes to prevent ...
  7. Warts (Nemours Foundation)  
    ... Deal With Anger How to Manage a Serious Allergic Reaction Quiz: Baseball Injuries Warts KidsHealth > Teens > Body > Skin Stuff > Warts Print A ... less likely to get the viruses that cause warts. These viruses are passed from person to person by close physical contact. Having a tiny scratch or cut can make ...
  8. Skin Rashes and Other Changes (American Academy of Family Physicians)  
    ... and are blisters forming? Yes This could be ALLERGIC CONTACT DERMATITIS, caused by POISON IVY, poison oak or poison sumac. The oil from these plants causes an ALLERGIC REACTION. Wash the area with soap and water ...
  9. ... can get some STDs, like herpes or genital warts, through skin-to-skin contact with an infected area or sore. Another myth ...
  10. Abstinence (Nemours Foundation)  
    ... anal sex, or even intimate skin-to-skin contact without actual penetration (genital warts and herpes can be spread this way). So only avoiding all types of intimate genital contact can prevent STDs. Avoiding all types of intimate ...
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