DALEJR_FAN_TINA Definitely go get it done. I wish I had earlier. Turns out, I'm allergic to a chemical used to form rubber, nitrile, neoprene, fungicides, pesticides and Spandex as well as Bacitracin (in most antibiotic ointments) and a chemical in topical steroid & cortisone creams. So when I started working out a lot, sweating in shoes with rubber inserts while holding weights/stroller handles lined with neoprene, running through the countryside that gets regularly sprayed with pesticides, my eczema flared up like crazy. I was also using nitrile gloves when doing dishes and cleaning, several hours a week to spare myself the contact with the soap once the eczema broke out. And then I was treated with various steroid/cortisone creams to treat the inflammation and putting Neosporin on the open wounds, which just escalated things. Get tested. You may be surprised at what you can be allergic to. When I was in high school, the doc thought I was allergic to my own sweat since I always broke out when I worked out, but it turns out, I'm just allergic to things I typically touch when I work out.
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