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93210 tn?1287457826 After you give that an honest try then decide on if lap-band surgery is for you. The cost is an investment- like the cost of a new car BUT you have to honestly weigh your options. Also, I do not recommend L.A. Weight Loss because I only lost a total of 12 lbs on their program & a freind of mine only lost about 20lbs & BOTH of us gained it back as soon as we went off the program. It is also ULTRA expensevie to join as well as keep up.
114870 tn?1210301946 For itching use the bland emollients listed above and Aveeno baths, Gold Bond Powder, and Sweet Cream. For cracks and fissures use Band-Aid Brand Liquid Bandage, Bag Balm, and Zim’s Crack Crème.
Avatar n tn I had a big anal skin tag which I hated! 2 different doctors recommnded I leave it alone! So I took matters into my own hands (after failed attempts of using liquids that are suppose to eliminat them, as well as dietary supplements),I took a tiny rubber band (used for small braids) & grabbed the skin & put the rubber band on as close to the base as possible. It took a few attempts. Then I put on another. The first hour I was in terrible pain.
Avatar n tn The presence of HPV sequences in skin tags could aid their recurrence as well. The expression of early viral genes may contribute to stimulated cell growth, which leads to limited epithelial proliferation and formation of acanthotic epidermis overlying edematous fibrovascular tissue. The association of HPV type 6 with benign lesions is very old. It was in 1982 that HPV type 6 was observed in laryngeal papillomas with the help of DNA hybridization technique.
Avatar n tn I havent heard of a hemmheriod skin tage before.I have known other people with regular skin tags that looked like moles that had them removed. They didnt say it much.I guess if it's in the anal area it may be a bit more painful though.
Avatar f tn Hi there, I have a theory based on being burned by my oven. I hit my forearm on open oven door. It was really fast and I got a gnarly burn. I think tx dehydrates the skin well below the surface. Normally, my skin would not have burned so badly. Hence, daily moisturizing and extreme hydration are necessary. Imagine putting moisturizer on a lizard, oh yeah, that be us.
Avatar n tn You start using your hands as claws after awhile cause it's too painful to touch things with your fingers. I've found a liquid band-aid product called New Skin to help alot. It's like nail polish that you brush onto your cuts. It puts a clear seal over them so you can use your hands again. For rashes on your body, I had some temporary relief with 1% hydrocortisone cream, but better luck with Clobetasol steroid cream. It even works in areas on the south lawn that can itch like crazy.
Avatar m tn I posted this info before, but it was a reply to someone else's similar post... I am a 23 year old healthy male. I recently had a full physical and the results were that I am in above average health. I have no diseases, do not use drugs, but drink on occasion. Anyways, just started noticing these strange symptoms, within the past few weeks. Nothing "brought it on" so to speak that I can tell of.
Avatar n tn I cut my finger at work, about twice as wide as a paper cut. Put a liquid band aid on it, the kind you sort of just paint on called New Skin. Then later that night went to a strip club where I ended up in the VIP room for about 20 minutes getting a very hands on set of dances. I was allowed to rub my hands all over her but never in her. I rubbed the outside of her panties over her vagina and pretty much everywhere else on her body.
Avatar n tn then this came,little bump that look like blisters, stupid me i popped it and put on a band aid, then the itch stated, and the raw fingers, then it spread. the doctor said it was muscular psoriasis, but i know she made a quick diagnosis, she gave me cream it left, then returned. every few months. I think its related to fungus, i do clean my toes periodicly. i may have had ring worm at one time and thats fungus related, i could handle psoriasis but this is truly a pain in the a**.
Avatar f tn It contains essential oils known for their antimicrobial  properties so i decided to apply it to my skin by saturating cotton rounds and applying it like you would a facial toner. This magical liquid did more for my skin in one day than the typical OTC antifungals had done in months (yes, MONTHS). I even pour some in my bath along with organic coconut oil (another antifungal) and Epsom salt (replaces magnesium in the body and eases discomfort by drawing out toxins).
189119 tn?1210170370 Beginning week 11/12 on PROVE2 triple therapy. Any advice appreciated on skin crawlies and overwhelming body heat. Only have 14 days to go till unblinding and realize I have to tough it out. Still, if anyone has found some way to reduce body heat and constant itching - would welcome advice.
Avatar n tn Easy way to test this is to take some of your soaps and put one sample on one band-aid and leave it on your back for 2 days. Obviously, don't shower that spot. If you see a reaction to the soap, then you may want to try a different type. Hope this helps.
Avatar n tn It is back now, 8 or so years later, so i think it's best to try the antibacterial cream again with a band-aid over it. Just the plain kind like in a first aid kit. God willing I'll post the results soon.
Avatar f tn If it becomes terribly sore and red, use scissors to remove the dead skin, cover the new skin with antibiotic cream and keep band-aids on it until it heals. Good luck.
Avatar f tn You don't need a prescription for the ointment. Cover the sores with a Band-Aid to prevent scratching and spread. Apply the ointment for 7 days, or longer if necessary. The area should be washed off with an antibacterial soap each time before you apply the ointment. Any new crust that forms should not be removed because this delays healing.
Avatar n tn Use alcahol also to disinfect the area - cover the lesions with a liquid band-aid product - I recopmmend New Skin.
Avatar n tn 30, a new employee came into the office and I shook his hand. I was hesitant to shake his hand because I noticed immediately that he had an old rugged band-aid on his finger (middle finger or ring finger one, I can't remember correctly). Anyway, I shook his hand because I really feel that this is an irrational fear and I didn't want the other guys in the office to know I'm so fearful (they all shook his hand too).
Avatar n tn It looks to have doubled in the last 2 weeks. He has started to scratch it. What makes it mulitiply. We put liquid band-aid on it tonight. It that a good idea. The doctor's office is saying 3 months before we can see a dermatologist. I am afraid he will be covered by then. Also I read that this can last 5 yrs. Is that so? This discussion is related to <a href='/posts/show/243291'>MOLLUSCUM ADVICE PLEASE HELP ME!!</a>.
1058660 tn?1283785717 angel that may only be a band aid solution(hope not)...if it is an allergy to a flea bite it could become systemic and become quite a problem., afterwards they can develop allergies to 'everything' from food to dust.....hopefully its something else..
Avatar n tn They weren't really painful, just like blisters without liquid in them. Loose skin looking. Until a few days ago when they started to itch terribly. This morning I woke up to them itching so bad. So I tried to pop them in case there was any liquid, (so I could clean them in hopes of it helping). But it was just loose skin and some blood came out from me poking at them but no liquid or usual blister stuff. And they didn't hurt underneathe. just a little with the peroxide. They ITCH.
Avatar n tn wouldn't it be interesting if the liquid band aid had the same ingredients as the krazy glue? if not, I would use the band aid thing first. Two dermatologists on opposite coasts, have prescribed the only thing that ever helped my dry skin; urea and lactic acid in a base of glycerin and eucerin. Urea(no less than 10%) brings moisture to the epidermis without making you greasy. I would flake without it and that is not a pretty sight. So now you have tons of things to try...
Avatar n tn I assumed it was fungal, so I put some cream my baby boy was given on it and covered it with a band aid. After about 4 days of this it cleared up and the callous was moist so I whiped it off. The next day it began to heal and the itching was gone. Not 3-4 days later it is starting again. It isn't raised again yet but it is itching like crazy and I can feel the skin getting tough again. I have no sick leave because I am at a new job. Can anyone help?
Avatar n tn She uses the stuff that is mentioned above like liquid band aid and moisturizes,but to prevent this she uses bag balm or utter cream before she goes to work.You are laughing right now.Utter cream.The old farmers used it all the time.
Avatar m tn i have like 2 on my back and one on the crack of my butt where the tail bone is ( yeah i know seems gross but its not noticelable) I also find that if you use the adhesive part of a band aid (sticky part with out the pad material) and cover up a big bump for like 9 days, it actually reduces some swelling. Works on the same principle as duct tape on WARTS, it causes the body to try and absorb the material or something.
2074524 tn?1468088473 Depending on the draining of the wound and at what point of healing it was, I found various tricks or types of first aid to work best. 1. I allowed the area to drain as much as possible open. This usually means going bra-less for a while soaking up the liquid that drains now and then with a gauze pad or simply something sterile.
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Avatar n tn * Band-Aid brand liquid bandage regularly applied during the (often painful) peeling stage allows the skin to breathe while protecting it from further irritation. Some suffers have found that with regular application the skin will close and reform within 1 to 2 days. Protection is sufficient that the user can (gently) wash their hands with no irritation, however additional application after each hand wash is suggested.
Avatar n tn I bought a small bottle of New Skin - which is that liquid band-aid stuff you can find at the pharmacy. Not only has it prevented this stuff from spreading, but it has healed it after two applications. I simply apply it before going to sleep and when I wake up in the morning it has already mostly healed it. I am not sure why it is so effective, but it works like a charm for me. Hope this helps everyone else having this problem Please let me know if you have success with this!