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continuous spread of rash

Subject: continuous spread of rash
Author: Itchy
Date: 5/21/2005 9:13 am
Views: 6198
Status: Approved
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I came in contact with poison ivy 10 days ago. Two days afterward, I developed three small poison ivy blisters. They ithched very little. Over the past several days, I developed many more. Some were more itchy than others. This morning I woke up with more new spots than I had developed to date! Many are in areas that I am certain were never exposed. Today I am VERY itchy. How can this still be spreading if I haven't been exposed again? I bathe very regularly, so I can't believe that I haven't removed it from my skin. I got the exposure by removing very tiny plants with my hands, but my hands were safely inside plastic bags. I knew I had been bumped on my arm where the first blisters appeared. I'm afraid it's just going to get worse and worse. If anyone has any information, I would be greatful.

Thanks

SubjectAuthorDate
continuous spread of rash (Approved)Itchy5/21/2005 9:13 am
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