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RoWdY87
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Date Joined Aug 2006
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   Posted 11/15/2006 6:56 PM (GMT -6)   
hello everyone, sumetimes, i get alot of sensibilities... this afternoon i put my t shirt on and jeans and winter coat and went shoppin for bedding. when i got home my skin was burning, on my stomach, back, and even behind legs,tho where were no apparent red spots or marks. i believe it comes from this t shirt i wear but i really dont know why. the t shirt is made from cotton. but in the front, there is this design that is rough, like it isnt on the tissue, its like this really rough image they knitted to the shirt and my skin gets into contact with the knitting and really hurts and seems to make my skin burn. i remember this time, i put it on and just by moving a little bit and making the shirt move on my skin, it would burn so bad... what might be the problem?

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Red_34
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   Posted 11/16/2006 8:19 AM (GMT -6)   
Hmmm you're just all around allergic mess eh? (just joking) I suppose that you can just have sensitive skin, maybe an allergic reaction to the laundry soap, possibly skin sensitvity from medication or maybe even photosensitivity. I know for me, I had the slight burn feeling to my skin from my clothes after using a certain detergent but then I changed soaps and I found one that didn't bother my sensitive skin. Whatever it may be, I hope it doesn't come back. Is this the first time it has happened? Can you correlate it to anything you have used, ingested or taken?
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RoWdY87
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   Posted 11/18/2006 1:37 AM (GMT -6)   
i phone some doctor line and they told me that i may need more humidity. i think she is a bit right. i told her every time i was air conditioned air or heaters or anything that makes air dry, it would hurt on top of my eye ball where my lid is and nose would swell and face and sometimes overall body would burn. she said to just open windows, put soaken towels in ur room to make humidity and go alot outside. but i know this wont fix the problem it will only help until i go see allergist... any thing like this is happening to you all??

RoWdY87
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   Posted 11/18/2006 8:39 PM (GMT -6)   
is it normal when u have dry eye syndrom ur eyes r swollen?>? what r other symtomps
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