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Old 05-04-2006, 03:46 PM   #1
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HELLLLLP!

I have poison ivy....does anyone know a good way of gettin rid of it besides lighting my arm on fire....haha
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Old 05-04-2006, 03:51 PM   #6
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i've been using calamine lotion and Benadry for about a week...it hasn't helped at all...my tyring to stay away from my evil doctor
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yea i'm startin to think that if it's not cleared up by monday...i gotta take one in that :BangHead:i tryed to put bleach on it....didn't work..
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yea i'm startin to think that if it's not cleared up by monday...i gotta take one in that :BangHead:i tryed to put bleach on it....didn't work..
i've had good success with the bleach routine. however, my method was always to scratch it good, then dab bleach on it with a q-tip or whatever...no joke. it burned like crazy, then scabbed over in a day or so and went away. this works for me, but probably wouldn't be good if you have it on large areas.
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Get in the shower and turn the hot water on 5-degrees hotter than you can stand it. Let that water run over the affected area(s). Not only does is fell REALLY good, it accelerates the drying and healing. You need to go to the doc and get some cortizone prescribed.

Go to Galveston in get in the salt water too.
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While I am at it... Would you like to know how to get rid of hiccups? Seriously?

Hiccups are caused by a sudden disruption in one's breathing pattern - thereby confusing the diaphram - which can be brought on by any number of reasons, (eating, drinking, sneezing, coughing, etc...). With that in mind, realize that all of the so-called wive's tales or other cures all have pretty well the same outcome - changing the breathing pattern!

Knowing what the cause of hiccups are, the easiest way to get rid of them is the re-synch your breathing. Do this by taking a short breath then a long breath then breathe normally again. If you hiccup again, repeat the long/short until they're gone.
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okay. i tryed the bleach method, it killed the itching but after i got done with clawing my arm up....the ivy blisters started to get worse....
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yea i'm startin to think that if it's not cleared up by monday...i gotta take one in that :BangHead:i tryed to put bleach on it....didn't work..
go to a walgreens and ask the pharmacist.
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okay. i tryed the bleach method, it killed the itching but after i got done with clawing my arm up....the ivy blisters started to get worse....
Do the hot water thang man! I'm tellin ya!
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hahaahh that's for jelly fish silly.
I don't think he was being serious.... (all for twisted humor)

Hmm, luckily i'm not allergic to those outdoor things or else I would offer something that would work. Goto the Dr or suffer more than you have to...
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what if he got in on his back? does someone else has to 'donate" the pee?/ I would be there just to take pics.:laughing6
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