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Allergy to animal dander can be treated by Zyrtec, Benadryl, Loratadine, Zyrtec allergy, Claritin (latest reports from 82 Allergy to animal dander patients)
Keratosis pilaris (condition in which there are numerous rough follicular spots, which may be skin coloured, red or brown) has been reported by people with acne, metastatic malignant melanoma, birth control, osteopenia, depression (latest reports from 140 Keratosis pilaris patients).
On Oct, 27, 2016
No report is found.
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Hi, I've been using Prozac for a few years but have been on a host of other psych meds over the years, am currently 43 years of age, & also suffer from KP. Recently as of this year my KP has gotten worse.
I was diagnosed with a blood disorder that caused my levels of testosterone to excessively lower than another male my age. I prescribed three years ago Androgel 1.62% to be applied to my arms in the areas suggested by the documentation. I was on the he for about one year before I was taken off ...
I have been suffering from KP my whole life. it has been something that has affected me in all aspects of my life, knowingly or unknowingly, and joining a group like this and being able to share info would definitely be helpful. finding a cure for this would be the best thing that could happen ...
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