No, poison ivy is not contagious.
The symptoms of poison ivy are a rash that develops on your skin. Your skin will also be extremely itchy. You should make sure that when you are out near poison ivy that you don't touch it in the future.
Some symptoms are red skin and bumps forming on your skin and you may have an urge to scratch.
No, you will not get poison ivy.
The short answer is that you are not protected. While steroids may be used to reduce inflammation and itching associated with poison ivy, this treats only the symptoms and does nothing to prevent repeated contact from uroshiol causing poison ivy again.
Anyone can get Poison Ivy if you are allergic to it.
Having poison ivy will not kill you.
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Bad things happen. Don't eat poison ivy.
Ivy leaf is poison ivy. Poison ivy is a leaf that gives you a bad itchy rash.
All symptoms should subside within a week.