Kumari and Hypersensitivity - from FDA reports
There is no Hypersensitivity reported by people who take Kumari yet. This review analyzes which people have Hypersensitivity with Kumari. It is created by eHealthMe based on reports from FDA, and is updated regularly.
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On Oct, 23, 2017
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Kumari has active ingredients of aloe.
Hypersensitivity has been reported by people with multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, high blood pressure, asthma, pain (latest reports from 114,706 Hypersensitivity patients).
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Questions to the study
I'd be very grateful if anyone could help me find explanations / descriptions / summaries of overstimulating sensory effects in the frontotemporal dementia patient. I've been researching online but have seen nothing pertaining to FTD, though there are numerous examples of flooding in ADHD and ...
User reviews to the study
I am 31. I've had pain in my left testicle for 6 years. Two an half year ago I had a varicocelectomy, which developed a hypersensitivity in testicle and made my suffering worse. When symptoms get higher I take pregabalin. Once or twice a week. I went to heal myself from these symptoms.
New to the group. My mom has vascular dementia. She is hypersensitive to everything. Even a haircut scares the hairdressers. She jumps, easily startled even knowing what is going on. A drop of water coming off the toothbrush to her chest or her hand. She will cry, cringe, close her eyes ...
Our 9 year old son was diagnosed with SM in 2014 and his symptoms (which included hypersensitivity in his feet) receeded. We have had around 6 months symptom free and recently hypersensitivity returned to the palm of his right had preventing normal use.