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  • In-depth Explanation About Allergies
  • Latex Allergies Explained
  • • Latex gloves are used to avoid the transmission of infectious diseases to healthcare workers. Some workers, especially those working in healthcare, have reported the development of latex allergy due to latex exposure. A milky fluid extracted from the rubber tree, Hevea brasiliensis is what is referred to when talking about "latex".• Sometimes the term "latex" is used for some synthetic rubber. Nevertheless, it should be noted that allergic reactions do not occur with these. The proteins responsible for the allergic reactions to latex are absent in synthetic latex. Some proteins in natural latex initiate the allergic reactions experienced. It is unclear to how long a person should be exposed to latex to garner sensitization. Latex protein exposure directly correlates with the risk of developing sensitivity. This means that an increase in exposure equals an increase in risk.
  • Vaccine Allergy Overview
  • • Vaccines can sometimes cause the body to have reacting to allergies. What makes it worse is - this condition can lead anaphylaxis. The progression of an allergic reaction to vaccines takes place very rarely. The risks of non vaccination should be thought about before deciding on a course of action. Mumps and measles are both reported to have caused death. Children may be required by their schools to get vaccinated. Moreover, parents may also protect their children from acquiring these conditions.• What are the triggers you and your kids can get after the vaccine is administered? Egg protein and gelatin are believed to be the probable causes of allergies. Proteins of egg are commonly found in flu and yellow vaccine. Moreover, gelatins are commonly found in measles, mumps, rubella, and varicella vaccines. Vaccines allowed to be distributed in the United States are now free of the substance thimerosal. This is in response to recent reports on the adverse effects thimerosal gives to people with allergies.
  • Soap and Detergent Allergy
  • • Most people think that its the chemicals in cleaning products that make some people itch. According to Dr. Wedner, "The chemical agents do not trigger skin reactions such as itchiness. The real cause is the additives in perfumes." Almost all soaps and detergents contain plant extracts that are being added to make it fancier.• The skin may react to the perfume additive and give you a rash." What to do: When choosing soaps to buy, avoid soaps that have scent and additives. Do nut buy soaps that are not phthalate-free. 5. When buying various products, check the label for “diethyl phthalate” compounds. Although they are known enhance texture, they are also linked to some allergic reactions as well. Dove, Tide, and Ivory are less irritating to the skin. It is best to choose these brands and other organic brands.
  • Drug Allergies Info
  • • One must be cautious in taking drugs because some may cause adverse effects. The instructions on some drugs are stated clearly. However, it is always good to be more cautious because the evil effects of these drugs are sometimes unpredictable. Serious consequences due to allergic symptoms are only minimal. However, there are still some conditions that make a persons life difficult. This is when multiple symptoms like swelling, trouble breathing, itching, rash and hives are experienced all at once.• A large number of patients suggest that medications that are prevalent are more likely to cause allergic reactions compared with other medications. Anti- inflammatory drugs, penicillin, antibiotics in general, and aspirin are considered drugs that give side effects. Anti-inflammatory drugs may give similar effects as an allergic response when taken with penicillin. However, IgE may not be involved. Drugs such as vancomycin, intravenous x-ray dyes, paclitaxel, morphine and ACE inhibitors are known to provide the same symptoms felt in an allergic response.
  • Poison Ivy Allergy Explained
  • • Urushiol is an irritating and oily sap contained in poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac. Itchy rashes are typical symptoms of allergic reactions observed with exposure to urushiol. This may happen within a few hours, or days after exposure. Exposure to urushoil need not be from direct contact. Indirect contact through other objects covered with the sap is possible.• The poison plant leaves, stem, and roots predominantly consist of urushiol. Assimilation of urushiol through the skin happens expeditiously. Inhaling urushiol particles in the air is probable during poison plant combustion. The inhalation of urushiol can cause an extremely serious allergic reaction. The smoke of the burning plant irritates the nasal passages, throat, and lungs. The climate in Alaska, Hawaii, and the Southwest deserts do not provide optimal conditions for the growth of poison plants.• The existence of poison ivy can be categorized into two. It can occur as vines or as shrubs. Areas on the north and west typically have poison ivy shrubs. In other places, poison ivy grows as vines. When identifying a poison plant, remember its characteristic three leaflet pattern. Poison sumac generally occurs as a woody shrub. This plant also has stems with about 7 to 13 leaves arranged in pairs. Harmless sumac does not have the bundles of green berries hanging down from the shrub as is typical of poison sumac. Watery and marshy areas generally have an abundance of poison sumac. Crimson berries occurring in bundles hang upright in a harmless sumac shrub.
  • The editor publishes reviews,critiques, and informative contentsabout hypersensitivity. Do you want to know more regarding allergy symptoms? Get the answers directly from the writer who basicallyexperienced numerous allergies since childhood years.