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... I swell up terribly from mosquito and black fly bites. Never did before last year and it is getting worse. What can I use to prevent sweling. I was bit at my hairline in the bvack of my neck and swelled down to the base of my neck...that was a week ago. ... (6 replies)
Adhesive allergy
Mar 29, 2007
... Over the last couple years, I have developed an allergy to the adhesive on bandaids. ... (2 replies)
Bandaid allergy?
Feb 22, 2009
... I have a severe allergy to Seeds and I can only use certain band aids and cosmetics. They use seeds to make a lot of adhesives. ... (3 replies)

Bandaid allergy?
Oct 27, 2008
... I experienced almost the exact thing last spring. Some people are allergic to the materials in the bandage. ... (3 replies)
Weird Allergy
Oct 25, 2006
... I am allergic to the sticky part of a bandaid! ... (9 replies)
Bandaid allergy
Sep 20, 2011
... my 6 year old daughter has an allergic reaction to a bandaid any ideas how I can stop the redness, itchiness and pain (2 replies)
Condom Allergy
Jul 17, 2006
... latex condoms. The more a person is in contact with latex when they are allergic to it, the worse the allergy becomes. ... (4 replies)
... It certainly could be related to the mattress, but also laundery detergent, dryer sheet allergy. Dust mites are a common cause. ... (4 replies)
... ime I get blood drawn, get and IV or anything else involving a needle, I end up with a rash within 24 hours. I was just in the hospital last night and they tried to give me an IV in my left arm, which didn't work and then they use my right arm. ... (1 replies)
... I agree with Titchou. Cortizone cream is the best treatment. It may take a couple weeks to heal. ... (2 replies)
Bandaid allergy
Sep 20, 2011
... If she already has a rash, try a little bit of hydrocortisone. It should start to work fairly quickly, although it can take several days for a rash to fully disappear, if it's severe. ... (2 replies)
... i will! i'm just hoping after tomorrow i will not have to worry about it. I think a week at a time i can handle the adhesive and the ointment.. anything over that.. is another story. ... (7 replies)
Bandaid allergy?
Oct 26, 2008
... e my elbow. I was covering it with regular bandaids and ended up developing a pretty itchy rash. I stopped using bandaids about 3 days ago and the hives continue to spread! ... (3 replies)
... source of discussion. Steri strips that I washed off the next day was what we went with and I had no problems. Only one suggestion other than the paper tape is to move the bandaid in a circular fashion as time goes on so that it doesn't remain in one place very long. ... (5 replies)
Weird Allergy
May 18, 2007
... cherrikiss.. use benadryl cream or Cortisone cream on the bumps several times a day. I get the same reaction to some adhesives. I had a mole removed last year and they had to put on a bandaid that stayed on for a week.. ... (9 replies)
... If this is a latex allergy, does anyone know how long it takes to fade away? ... (5 replies)
... I am allergic to latex and if a bandaid is put on it takes only a few minutes to break out in red spots. Best to use paper tape and gauze, but, sometimes in the doctor's office they can slap on a bandaid in a flash before you have time to tell them "no". ... (17 replies)
... I too have a severe latex allergy. Misdiagnosed for over 5 years...thought passing out was due to pregnancy, bandaid allergy caused rash, reaction during surgery due to epidural etc.. ... (17 replies)
... he did the best he could but it was always just still there. My folliculitis turned out to be directly related. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks everyone. You would think there would be more bandages out there that are latex free. It seems instead they seem to have stronger adhesive. I still have the allergic reaction and have been applying the benadryl. ... (17 replies)

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