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Hypersensitive reaction due to allergens - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   hello
Doctor :  
How can I help you?
User :   i m having transient
User :   rashes on back of my arms
Doctor :  
User :   its like some small
User :   red dots come for 2 minutes
User :   clearly visible then
User :   they fade away
Doctor :  
User :   petachiae
Doctor :  
Is it after itching?
User :   is the closest thing i could find on internet
Doctor :  
Are they bright red?
User :   yes
User :   no itching
User :   but slight burning
Doctor :  
Do they disappear in 2 minutes
User :   yes
User :   at max 5 minutes
User :   one more thing is they come only on hands
Doctor :  
Ok I understand
Doctor :  
It is an hypersensitivity reaction
Doctor :  
that can happen with many allergens
Doctor :  
SO one has to find out the allergen
User :   lately i have started
User :   playing carrom
User :   and the powder we use
User :   remains on my hands
Doctor :  
So you have found the allergen?
User :   but its simple
User :   boric bowder
Doctor :  

Doctor :  
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