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Allergic reaction
Apr 28, 2015
... You could be having a reaction to the ink, which seems like it would be a bigger deal than the Neosporin. I would see a Dr, especially because it is concerning something as important as your eyes/sight. (2 replies)
... it has sat out or in my garage for a time, I can use one of the books, but with NO covers. Your wife has vasomotor rhinitis and it often runs hand in hand with allergic rhinitis. If you look it up on the Internet, I think you will see that they say it cannot be treated. HOWEVER, I LOVE to sew and when some dr. ... (10 replies)
... I wrote a post about my allergy to printer ink and would like to say that some doctors seem to look for anything other than the simple reasons. ... (10 replies)

... I have noticed that I am not the only person who is allergic to printer ink together with all my other allergies. ... (0 replies)
... I just reread your message and forgot to tell you that I can read a book and have no trouble, but the ink on magazines sends me to the moon. So, I assume one can be allergic to one type of ink and maybe not the other. ... (10 replies)
... and you will see it is a condition that people have who are sensitive to chemicals like perfume, ink and the likes. Many times it walks hand in hand with allergic rhinitis, but maybe no always. ... (10 replies)
... they acknowledge that she is suffering an allergic reaction, but they dismiss printer ink as a possible cause. They are looking for other more obvious causes with proven clinical evidence. ... (10 replies)
... in order to induce the body to block the allergic reaction. Similar to allergy injections with no shot. ... (14 replies)
... due to what I am unsure, but that had happened before the ink issue. ... (14 replies)
... I also am highly sensitive/ allergic to chemicals and have found that the allergy injections have helped a LOT. I moved from one place to another and when I moved here, some fool doctor misdiagnosed my allergies. For a long time, I could not walk into a fabric store or be near perfume, new rugs and the like. Went back to my original allergist and he was FURIOUS as the... (14 replies)
... How does the allergic reaction present itself? ... (11 replies)
... I've been allergic to newspaper and phone books my entire life. ... (11 replies)
... Spent a good part of my life in the newspaper business. You are more likely to be allergic to the acidic alcohol base fountain solution used in the press. This prevents the ink from adhering to the aluminum part of the printing plate. ... (11 replies)
... I am highly allergic to newspapers. My fingers swell between the nail and nail bed. I can't even wear nail polish. The first time I had a reaction was putting on fake nails. ... (11 replies)
... I have a friend who is allergic to newsprint. She puts the newspaper in the oven to dry it out before reading. ... (1 replies)
... Anyone out there allergic to colophoniuum. ... (1 replies)
... Companies frequently use sulfites to process paper so as not to allow ink smearing. ... (10 replies)
... hey I,m certain this is alergy I was a printer for 12 years and always suffered with hay fever .when i left that job i was much better but didnt realise still, untill i noticed, reading newspapers brought it back imediatly. I still read them but at least i know.The ink and varnish are very powerfull chemicals hope this helps reguards terry (10 replies)
... offset presses use a chemical called a press solution that is very volatile, highly acidic. It prevents the ink from adhering to the aluminum printing plate except where there is an emulsion (image) on the plate. Newsprint paper is very porous and absorbs gasses from the solution then releases these gasses for hours. This is why papers laid in the sun loose their ability to... (10 replies)
... That's too funny that you mention that - well, not funny, since I know just how it feels. I work for a newspaper in southcentral PA and am fine with "dry" papers, but we take turns going down to the pressroom to read the papers as they come off the press, to be sure there are no errors. Funnily enough, I'm allergic to soy - in food, in haircare products, etc. Who knew we used... (10 replies)


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