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Nadi Nadi rating
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27-Feb-12, 12:10 PM (PST)
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"Itchy Itchy Itchabod!"
 
UGH! I am so friggin itchy.
I have a rash all over my body and I have no idea where it came from. I'm trying to think "What did I eat?" "What did I touch?" Etc. It's driving me crazy! I hope it ends soon....

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1. "RE: Itchy Itchy Itchabod!"
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the red (poison) oak is particularly virulent right now.

plantain oil could help. and/or jewelweed lotion...

good luck!

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2. "RE: Itchy Itchy Itchabod!"
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Take an Aveno oatmeal bath, or take a benedryl Nadi. When I had my alergic reaction to antibiotics, what I read is that your body produces too much histimine so you take an anti-histimine to counter act it. Oatmeal is the bst balm for hives.

If you need me to come over and rub oatmeal on you let me know, I promise not to eat too much of it as I do.


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27-Feb-12, 12:28 PM (PST)
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3. "RE: Itchy Itchy Itchabod!"
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Definitely not poison oak. I would be really swollen. I have no idea what it is from. Very tiny red speckling all over my body, All I can say is very uncomfortable.

I may have to take you up on that offer Captain ;)

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4. "RE: Itchy Itchy Itchabod!"
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Most "hives" or small rashes accompanied by itching are an alergic reaction - even poison oak is a reaction to the sap of the leaves that your body produces histimines to offset. It will make you really sleepy but try the benedryl baby doll.

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8. "RE: Itchy Itchy Itchabod!"
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Nadi,

It could be sun poisoning. Light-skinned people, who have less protective skin pigment, are especially susceptible to sun-poisoning, but it can occur in anyone who is exposed to enough sunlight. It often occurs when sun exposure is combined with a variety of drugs, chemicals, cosmetics, and plants.

Use Cortisone cream or spray to control the itch and see your Dermatologist if the skin condition persists.

All the best.

Professor Maxxx

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9. "RE: Itchy Itchy Itchabod!"
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I break out all the time from laying on hotel bed covers, and the constant showers and use of their towels seem to make it worse. I have very sensitive skin and the chemicals they use to wash with irritate my skin. I now try to get a room with two beds that way I can pull back the covers, but for the times where I Dont I need to start bringing my own. Do you think it could be from that?


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11. "RE: Itchy Itchy Itchabod!"
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LAST EDITED ON 28-Mar-12 AT 11:36 AM (PST)
 
A lady I know has problems all the time with hotel sheets & bedspreads, if she sleeps on them, she gets these itchy little tiny hives all over her body so she uses brings her owns sheets that she washes in the All "Ultra Free" detergent (free of all bad chemicals).

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12. "RE: Itchy Itchy Itchabod!"
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Hope you lovely ladies aren't picking up any bed bugs off of those hotel bed spreads. Speaking of, do hotels wash the bed spreads? or just the sheets.

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5. "RE: Itchy Itchy Itchabod!"
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   Whatever you do, don't scratch! At least not until after Sunday!

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6. "RE: Itchy Itchy Itchabod!"
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i just got over that i think it was from the soap i was using or maybe the hotel bed spreads smh my doctor said i was allergic to something.

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7. "Allergy of some sort."
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Yes! "Aveno oatmeal bath, or take a benedryl" as suggested - those work and it may take days for it to actually go away, but Benadryl should help with itching fairly quickly.

Doc never did figure it out with me, but said it could even have been pollens from blooming plants that were driven by high winds and it just provoked a strong allergic reaction.

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10. "RE: Itchy Itchy Itchabod!"
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   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UoPaBa6Ms6Y

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