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Having rashes, severe itch mostly due to ivy poisoning, and sudden increase in heart rate. On homeopathy medication. The rash is spreading. Cause and cure?

I think I may have developed systemic poison ivy. I have the rashes, intense itching, it had a slight delay of onset, hasn't gone away in about 1.5 wks time. I've had it before and recognized it.However this time it seems to be more pronounced, being resistant to a herbal homeopathic med I've taken in the past that worked, is seeming to continue spreading, and just tonight around 3a in the morning, I awoke out of my sleep w/the intense itching of one of the rashes but started to get the feeling of the 'fight or flight' response that started with a burning and nervous panicked feeling in mt heart. I remained calm, sat up, drank some H2O, tried to relax then lay back down. It happened again a little worse and I began to feel faint like I might pass out. This continues to happen every time I re-tried laying down over the past several hours. What is going on? Am I have a more severe allergic reaction to the poison ivy? Is the rhus toxicodendrum med I got that worked before causing this? Could all this be unrelated to the poison ivy? Any thoughts/help would be very welcome.
Asked On : Wed, 1 May 2013
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Sep 2013
Hello, thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum
Ivy poison is a toxic poison developing dermatitis like conditions in skin with hay fever type sensitivity.
As rashes spread due to contact , when these rashes begin in body than antigen- antibody reactions starts to counter the poison effects same thing happened to you.
Last time it was somewhat in mild form.
This time this is in severe form , hence rashes spreading over all over body ant in that circumstances definitely heart rate will increase.
Now only way is to consult a physician and get in blood examination to find out percentage of eiosinophils in blood. Have a treatment of allergy of poison.
Regards. Dr. HET
Answered: Wed, 1 May 2013
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