31 Jan 2011
You can have an allergic reaction to anything at any time, unfortunately, but it is best to start with anything new you have been using, be it a drug or a new soap, or detergent for your laundry etc. If the rash is blistery, I would advise speaking to your healthcare professional (PCP, MD, DO, PA or NP) and letting them know what kind of reaction you are having. You might need something to halt the progression of the reaction until you can discover what it is causing the reaction.
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