It may be you have left-over effects of another type of water-spurred allergy.
Or it may be some odd allergic reaction to pollen stimulated by temperature changes and pressure...
I have developed an odd, recurring rash that only appears after prolonged exposure to water in NY state. It appears predominately on my ventral skin surfaces but also appears anywhere pressure is applied. In reading about the three common causes: seaweed, larvae from infected birds/snails, and tiny jellyfish, my symptoms seem to match most closely to the jellyfish. It most often plagues me when I venture into cold salt water -specifically Long Beach on Long Island. I have also had other occurrences when swimming in a freshwater outdoor pool and to a mutch reduced extent in FL. Even, when taking a shower at home in NYC!
My original thought was it was caused by detergent, then by pollen. If others have such occurrences specifically near NYC, I would be interested to hear of it as it could conceivably be toxins of a man-made sort in the air or water and I may be a kind of canary in a coal mine.
The unique thing about my reaction is it happens within minutes of exiting the water as I begin to dry and after intense burning with little red spots becoming pimples and then puffy often connected blisters, fades away after a few hours. This is unlike mosty of the descriptions I have seen of the 'standard' causes of rashes as they are said to last days even weeks, from what I can grok. HTH.
The saddest part is I love to swim!
no, they will come out.
Yes, contact lenses do not stop you becoming a lifeguard or swimming
yes, accidental contact with chemicals..affects farmers health. because og the reaction in certain components in chemicals..
Yes, on contact.
Yes, you can get goggles with contact lens in them!My eye doctor told me to get disposables contact lenses when swimming. I will be learning how to swim in a couple of months and nearsighted. With the 1 day disaposables contacts and googles, I am ready.
Yes! You definitely should make eye contact at an interview.
it affects it by the contact with the car
Yes, you can wear contact lenses for P.E ... and everything else except swimming and sleeping!!
You can't get chlamydia from a swimming pool. Chlamydia is spread by sexual contact with someone who's infected. You can get it from oral, anal, or vaginal sex; genital-genital contact; sharing sex toys; or birth to an infected woman.
A non-contact sport is a sport where the players do not come into contact with one another at all. They are separated. Non-contact sports include swimming, bowling, volleyball, skiing, tennis, etc.
Trichomoniasis affects people who have sexual contact with someone who is infected. It's a protozoal infection spread by intimate contact.
contact between countries was difficult
Most definitely! Contact a good attorney.
Technically you're not supposed to come into contact with people but no matter how hard you try someone always gets hit or you yourself is getting hit. I have seen on multiple occasions bloody nosed which were the product of getting hit in the face by some swimmer in the other lane. Also I have seen during relays when someone dives off the block sometimes they kick the swimmer before them in the head. I have also given girls headaches before because when I am swimming down my lane a lot of the time I hit someone in the head...hard. (Maybe it was an accident maybe it wasn't) So I think that swimming was never meant to be a contact sport but has definitely turned into one.
Yes, changing the email address affects the contact list. The earlier contact list was in the earlier mail only. The new contact list has to updated again.
A new favorite is curling. You do not touch people but the possibility of slipping is there. Also swimming is a good sport with no contact. It is also awesome.
One can get good inground swimming pool by acquiring good inground swimming pool kits. These kits are available online and simple internet search can give you contact details of manufacturer and supplier of good inground swimming pool kits.
Terribly. Contact "Alanon" for relief from these horriffic affects.
Contact a Poison Control Center
I am definitely wondering the same thing.
Because it is a contact game. Unlike Swimming , Basketball, football and other sports like this are contact sports because you are aloud to tackle your opponent.
Swimming with contact lenses can irritate and even damage your eyes. Wearing swim goggles is a safer way for you to see clearly both above the surface and underwater. Rigid gas permeable (GP) contact lenses should never be worn while swimming, as they are more likely to dislodge from your eye
Yes. The no contact order affects the "ex husband and his soon to be ex wife" and not the "soon to be ex wife and your youngest son's father".Yes. The no contact order affects the "ex husband and his soon to be ex wife" and not the "soon to be ex wife and your youngest son's father".Yes. The no contact order affects the "ex husband and his soon to be ex wife" and not the "soon to be ex wife and your youngest son's father".Yes. The no contact order affects the "ex husband and his soon to be ex wife" and not the "soon to be ex wife and your youngest son's father".
No - gravity acts across the vacuum of space - this is how the moon affects our tides.