Examples: Seafood Allergy, Contact Dermatitis, Latex Allergy

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Morgellons Disease 
Morgellons disease (MD) is a disorder characterized by the presence of fibers underneath, embedded in, and erupting from unbroken skin or sores that are slow-healing. Individuals with this rare condition experience a sensation of crawling, biting, and stinging on and in their skin.
Epidermolytic Ichthyosis 
Epidermolytic ichthyosis is a rare genetic skin disorder that becomes visible shortly after birth. The person with this disorder usually experiences reddening, scaling, and severe blistering of the skin. Hyperkeratosis or thickening of the skin develops within months and worsens over time. 
Necrobiosis Lipoidica
This condition involves the degeneration of the collagen with a granulomatous response, thickening of the blood vessel walls, and fat deposition.
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Chromhidrosis
Chromhidrosis is a skin condition that is characterized by the secretion of colored sweat glands that appears on the face, underarms and breast areola. It is a rare disorder that affects any age, gender, and race. Medical specialists have a little knowledge about chromhidrosis due to a few reports about
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Dermatomyositis
Dermatomyositis is a rare medical condition that weakens the muscle. Women are more affected than men as they are more prone to develop this disease. There is no cure for dermatomyositis but there are several treatments to prevent the worsening of its symptoms. 
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Penile Itching: Possible Causes and Remedies
Diaper Rash 
A diaper rash is common but very uncomfortable skin rash that is seen in infants. This red, painful rash thrives in warm, moist environments and may even cause the skin to be scaly, bumpy, or raw. It accounts for about 20% of all childhood visits to a dermatologist. 
Raynaud’s Disease
A person with Raynaud’s disease experiences pain in the fingers and feet when the temperatures drop. The temperature drop causes the blood vessels to narrow and almost completely shut down. 
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Meat Allergy
Meat allergy is when a person develops an allergy to eating red meat. People can develop this allergy through two different ways: having a pre-existing allergy to milk and getting bitten by the Lone Star tick. According to statistics, this type of allergy is still uncommon but nonetheless it is
Lanolin Allergy
Lanolin allergy is an allergic reaction to moisturizers, sunscreens, shampoos, lipsticks, makeup removers, ointments and any other product that contains wool alcohol, which is the principle component of lanolin. Lanolin, due to its moisturizing aspect, is often used to treat breastfeeding women’s nipples and a number of women are now
Aquagenic Urticaria
Water has always been associated with healing or life-giving properties. When someone gets wounded water is used to clean the wound. When someone is dying of thirst water can bring back that person to life. Even when a person is suffering from gout he or she is often advised to