Yes you actually can not to him of course but if he uses a certain cologne or soap you might be allergic to it or you could possibly have sensitive skin which causes the sweat glands to get inflamed and cause a rash look on the skin surface
I have the very same problem with my husband. Because we use the same products on our faces, it must not be a reaction to those types of things. I do notice that the length of the beard makes a significant difference in the amount of irritation I experience. 2-3 days growth, is the worst. A full and soft beard doesn't seem to irritate my skin at all. Otherwise, my only remedy from the bumps and severe itching is cotizone cream. Hope that helps!
no of couse not but maybe to the bacteria on another person --- Or you can be allergic to something they wear, e.g. their perfume, or the detergent they use for their clothes.
Yes if they have a rash or disease that is contagious.
Yes, a person can have an allergic reaction to camphor. I myself am allergic.
Yes, a person can be allergic to anything!
A person can be allergic to mold in general but not be allergic to penicillin.
yes a person can be allergic to benadryl.
If you're allergic to mold, you may be allergic to penicillin.
Yes, in a sense. A human can be allergic to the soap a person uses, or a shampoo, deodorant, cologne or other substance they use, and they can also be allergic to the fabric of the person's clothes. But actually allergic to the human him/herself, not that I know of. Even a cleaning supply that the person uses can be something that another person reacts to, if it is on his/her skin or clothing. There are many substances that cause allergies, it might be a good idea to be tested if you are having a problem.
Yes you can. A person can be allergic to almost anything
It depends on the person
Yes, people can be allergic to anything.
Not allergic but people having negative blood group cannot take positive blood as there body takes rh+ factor to be foreign object and treats it as a bacteria or virus.