Vagina sensitive to latex gloves
22 Jun So, if you're feeling off in your vaginal area, how do you know if it's actually an allergy? “The biggest tip-off that a woman has a latex allergy is.
30 Mar This week's topic: how to know if you have a latex allergy. Q: I'm I'm not feeling so great — I think I have a rash in my vagina. I thought I might.
Description:Once an individual has an allergic reaction to a specific chemical additive and is sensitized, a similar reaction may occur after use of any product with the same chemical. Almost five percent of the final weight of latex gloves is added chemicals used as accelerators and antioxidants, emulsifiers, stabilizers, colorants, softeners, biocides, ultraviolet light absorbers, or fragrances This allergic reaction is similar to what happens to the skin after exposure to poison ivy and may have redness, itching, scaling, peeling, hard bumps, or fluid-filled blisters and oozing sores. Itching, dryness, erythema, bleeding, or scaling of the hands are manifestations of both types. Sources of information Beezhold DH et al. Skin at the site of contact with latex appears swollen and tight.