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... aid or medical tape allergy? ... (5 replies)
... Paper tape and gauze is what my doctors recommend. I have the same problem with the paper tape. When possible, I now use gauze and come coban. ... (5 replies)
... I've got an adhesive allergy as well. ... (2 replies)

... My Grandma had hip surgery recently and she had an allergic reaction to the adhesive tape that they used. She had never had such a reaction before. ... (2 replies)
... After my shoulder surgery I developed a rash with small oozing blisters where the tape was applied. ... (2 replies)
... I think it's the adhesive.. I have no problem with latex gloves. I have the same exact reaction. Started within the last 5 years. I now use the fabric, stretchy bandaids with good luck or I use gauze and paper tape. (5 replies)
... allergenic tape and gauze. But bandaids of any kind will do it to me. It's the adhesive. ... (5 replies)
... Hi all - I get a red swelling after even latex free bandaids are used...had patch testing done and found out I am allergic to carba mix. That is in rubber so nitrile and latex fall into that category. I only use vinyl gloves. I can feel for you. I now use a liquid bandage from Canada which works great. The ones here in drug stores are terrible, burn like crazy and do... (5 replies)
... I just discovered I might have an allergic reaction to latex. I had a small boil on my neck and it popped. I put on one of those waterproof band aids. I took it off today and it left a red band aid type mark. I went to see my gyno for another issue and I had him look at my neck, he said it looked like a latex allergy. He told me to just put antiseptics on it and take... (5 replies)
... to bring this back on topic, i've thought about trying allergy shots, but am still on the fence as far as that is concerned. ... (11 replies)
... that have the foamy grips. Also, both in physical therapy when they taped my knee and now after surgery since they taped the sutures, my knee is shiny where the tape was. There's also little bumps for a couple weeks after the tape is removed. ... (2 replies)
Adhesive allergy
Aug 13, 2003
... allergic to adhesive tape. I have tried paper tape, and the hypoallergenic tapes, but nothing seems to help. The skin is red, swollen, and starts to bleed if the tape is on too long. ... (1 replies)
... get an appt. for an allergy test specifically for latex. I'm quite allergic to latex in tape. ... (4 replies)
... cause sinus infections. With the luck I'm having lately, I would probably end up with one! LOL My system is so sensitive to things it's ridiculous. I had an allergy test a few months back for food allergies and I itched and scratched all week. Not from the allergens, but from the tape! ... (11 replies)
... As I have posted in the past, I started developing an adhesive allergy a few years ago. At first it just started with a certain brand of bandage. Since then, I have started having reactions to other brands as well. ... (2 replies)
... If so, remove the pets, clean furniture good to remove hairs, and see if the allergy is better. Our newborn grandson was allergic to the family cat but it took a few months before it was discovered what the cause was. ... (7 replies)
... I to have a latex allergy and the rash has lasted as long as six weeks. ... (3 replies)
... aid. Ended up at the docs with a cream for the burn and another for the bad dermatitis. It took longer for the allergy to heal than for the burn. I had a scar for about 6 months. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks everyone. I know I sound like a freak, but when I am told I have allergies, yet no real allergy symptoms...I mean, she looked up my nose and said it looked angry, yet I have'nt had any problems with sinuses. ... (16 replies)
... h for me. then I use it once a day and not the prescribed twice. When I open the tiny vial, I put in 1 drop in each eye and then promptly wrap the top in sterile tape to seal it. A good adhesive tape works just fine. I cut off a piece before opening the vial so it is ready and I make sure to never touch the tip. ... (9 replies)


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