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Burning in the lips and sore throat upon exposure to deodorant, laundry agents. Allergy? On medication for GERD

I have terrible burning lips , hoarse sore throat and sometimes sore mouth, seems to be caused by fragrances, my husbands deodorant, laundry powder I use, some shampoos, doctors have given me medication for GERDS, sent me to dentist , but Im thinking allergy to fragrances ... not chemicals, have changed a lot of products I use and it seems to be fragrances. I wake up every morning feeling like my lips are sunburnt and it gets worse when Im in contact with any fragrances
Asked On : Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response

If your symptoms are definitely after contact with perfumes, you need to get a patch testing done.

This test looks at delayed hypersensitivity to chemicals. A list of chemicals is chosen from the Standard Battery or from the Cosmetic series, applied at the back, kept for 48hrs, and reveiwed to see the reaction.
Depending on the grade of reaction, 1 to 4+ and the type of chemical, you are given specific advice.

Antihistamines and lip balms will help until you can get this test and see what the chemical is.

Best Wishes.
Answered: Thu, 4 Apr 2013
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