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Re: Healing Stage

Subject: Re: Healing Stage
Author: eXSCUZZI
Date: 6/29/2005 10:04 pm
Views: 10562
Status: Approved
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Maybe its not Pi. Check with your doctor. Or maybe you have a further infection thats causing the lenghty healing.
Contact with this annoying oil produces a rash in three out of four people. The rash can begin within a few hours after contact, or it can start three to five days later. The rash starts with itchiness and swelling, followed by a reddish inflammation of tiny pimples. Blisters then form and then couple in a chain-like reaction. This fluid then hardens to a yellowish crust. Left untreated, the rash (a typical histamine response) will last three to five weeks.

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Healing Stage (Approved)AV6/29/2005 5:16 pm
  Re: Healing Stage (Approved)eXSCUZZI6/29/2005 10:04 pm
    Re: Healing Stage (Approved)Jessie6/30/2005 9:30 am
    Re: Healing Stage (Approved)AV6/30/2005 11:14 am
      Re: Healing Stage (Approved)Jessie6/30/2005 12:55 pm
        Re: Healing Stage (Approved)AV6/30/2005 3:57 pm
      Re: Healing Stage (Approved)Liz7/1/2005 10:38 am
        Re: Healing Stage (Approved)AV7/1/2005 11:04 pm
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