HAIR DYE REACTION

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GFAM
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Date Joined May 2008
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   Posted 5/23/2008 2:33 AM (GMT -6)   
OK I DYED MY HAIR BLACK about 3WEEKS AGO I GOT THIS BAD REACTION TO IT RED ITCHY SCALP W/ LUMPS IN THE BACK OF NECK BEHIND MY EARS! 2 WEEKS LATER MY BOOBS, MY BELLY BUTTON AND MY PRVITE HAIR PART WAS ITCHING SO BAD MY NIPPLES BURN AND ARE DRY  HELP WHATS GOING ON

Razzle
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   Posted 5/23/2008 3:25 AM (GMT -6)   
Have you talked to an Allergist or Dermatologist about this? That's where I would start. Also, many brands of hair dyes may contain toxic chemicals or heavy metals that can cause skin reactions. These skin reactions may not be allergic in nature, but may be toxicity reactions instead.

Good luck,
-Razzle
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Ceres
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   Posted 5/23/2008 8:55 PM (GMT -6)   
GFAM said...
OK I DYED MY HAIR BLACK about 3WEEKS AGO I GOT THIS BAD REACTION TO IT RED ITCHY SCALP W/ LUMPS IN THE BACK OF NECK BEHIND MY EARS! 2 WEEKS LATER MY BOOBS, MY BELLY BUTTON AND MY PRVITE HAIR PART WAS ITCHING SO BAD MY NIPPLES BURN AND ARE DRY HELP WHATS GOING ON


The lumps are probably swollen lymph nodes which mean that they are working hard to fight off the inflammation the dye has created.
Questions:
Has it gotten worse since when you first dyed your hair or is it just remaining the same? You might have to take some prednisone if you can't get rid of the inflammation. Sounds like it became systemic now. Check with your doctor or even go to the ER. :-)
I can't use dyes or a lot of shampoos because of the toxic chemicals. I've had to take prednisone when it was really bad and not going away on its own.
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