RE: Glove reaction

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From:"Jeff & Wanda Gray" <> (by way of histonet)
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I have a fairly bad reaction to latex that started out innocuously, much as
you describe.  This sounds like contact dermatitis which can be treated with
thorough hand washes and gobs of lotion frequently applied, but be careful!
My "contact dermatitis" has developed into a full blown latex allergy that
keeps me out of Pep Boys, and requires that I move out when the house gets
Wanda Shotsberger

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From: pam plumlee []
Sent: Thursday, April 27, 2000 10:10 AM
Subject: Glove reaction

Good morning:  I've had a reaction in the past few
months on my palms and inbetween my fingers.  I get
little white and red blister like bumps that take
quite a while to dry up and go away.  They do not
I've been wearing gloves for about 20 years and never
had a problem.  When this started I was wearing a
combo of regular powder free latex and nitrile.  I
thought I might be having a reaction to the latex so I
switched to nitrile only.  After going through 2
brands of nitrile its still happening.  Anyone out
there have this problem?  Any suggestions or
solutions?  Thanks for your time, Pam

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