I would suspect a too-high chlorine content first. Yes, it is possible, BUT it WILL NOT HAPPEN "INVISIBLY." IF this is happening, you should be able to see where the smooth/slick "GEL COAT" surface has failed, exposinging the glass fiber matting. IF there is no failure of the gel coat, then that is NOT the source of irritant causing the itching. On the other hand, I have seen some pool Plumbing pipes [from the "old" days] which used a resin impregnated glass fiber mat. I also have seen some "chopper" laidup glass pipe used in pool plumbing. These could be a source, IF glass fiber is the problem. I think that a sample of pool water taken to a local environmental health laboratory, could be analyzed visually, using high power microscopy, which should reveal the presense of glass fibers. However, BEFORE trying this option, I would check out Answer 1's suggestion regarding "too high chlorine content." Answer 1 points out that too much chlorine could cause the symptoms described in the question. Depending on method of chlorination, too much chlorine could cause a very low pH [acedic], in effect hydrochloric ACID. This condition could allow "burning" of the microscopic nerve endings, which could be percieved as "itching." You should routinely, regularly, and often test the pool water chemistry. What we're discussing would show up as very high pH and/or free chlorine levels. Hope this is some help. Good luck. A: I would go a step further than the above answers and state that both the pH and total alkalinity are not in line with standards. Chlorine readings of 10 ppm should not cause itching. And unless the fiberglass pool is old and needs resurfacing or by chance has been left empty and exposed to the sun for any length of time --- this could very well be a source of your itching BUT DOUBTFUL. The gurss here that neglect would be the root of the problem k
possibly i know that if it gets on your skin it can make you VERY itchy soaking it in water can help though
Viagra has many possible side effects. Among these are skin issues. It is possible that one can experience itchy skin, as it has been known to happen in some people.
Wool, on it's own is itchy so it is mixed with other fibres to make it more comfortable to wear.
a possible yeast infection. see your OBGYN
It's possible, if that has been the affected area of the bite.
It is possible, although more common symptoms of allergies include runny nose, watery and itchy eyes, itchy skin, vomiting or intestinal cramps.
Itchy from Itchy & Scratchy in the Simpsons is a cartoon mouse.
what does it mean when someone has itchy eyes and itchy throat, also itchy ears?
Yes, it is itchy.
It might be swimmers itch or "cercarial dermatitis." See the related link for more information. In the future, make sure to rinse off after you get out of the ocean.
Angels don't get itchy.
Yes. It is possible to be allergic to different types of plants. Trees included.
*Itchy eyes *Itchy mouth *Sneezing hives, rash, itchy skin
Allergys can cause itchy eyes.
yes very itchy
itchy, very itchy.
Yes, chickenpox is very itchy.
An itchy, crusty infection immediately following chickenpox is likely to be impetigo due to secondary infection of chickenpox sores. See your health care provider as soon as possible for effective diagnosis and treatment.
My lip was itchy where the fuzzy fibers made contact. After several hours my body became itchy. I took Benadryl which helped but in the morning when I woke up my face was swollen. I went to urgent care and was given an antihistamine via IV. Was also prescribed other meds to help me heal.
Yes it is very possible to be allergic to cotton I'm allergic to it >_> its not as bad as it sounds just reallllllllyyyyyyyyy itchy
I was on it all day yesterday and now my eyes are itchy and I have a small rash. It's very possible