NavymomT's Journal, 12 July 2016

i am trying my best not to vent or complain as much as i have been but i do have to say this....i washed my bed linens and clothes in a new fragrance laundry detergent on Sunday...Yesterday i started breaking out on my right arm, right leg, and back...This morning when i woke up, i was broke out on both arms, across my chest, and down my right leg. So with that being said, i went to work for a little bit and then came home because i was itching. I stopped by and bought some perfume and dye free laundry detergent to rewash my clothes and bed linen. Then i took more benedryl. I hope rewashing everything will help this crap go away. I have never had a reaction to laundry detergent like this.

Diet Calendar Entries for 12 July 2016:
690 kcal Fat: 46.75g | Prot: 59.50g | Carb: 20.00g.   Breakfast: Daisy 4% Small Curd Cottage Cheese, Mission Mexico Hass Avocado. Dinner: Laura Lynn Low Moisture Part Skim String Cheese, Boar's Head Hickory Smoked Black Forest Turkey Breast. more...
2756 kcal Activities & Exercise: Sexual Activity - 20 minutes, Driving - 2 hours and 20 minutes, Sleeping - 8 hours, Resting - 5 hours and 20 minutes, Desk Work - 8 hours. more...
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I don't think people realize that the fragrance is all chemicals. TOXIC. Unless you buy without chemicals or make your own with essential oils.  
12 Jul 16 by member: Sugar Waffle
Ya I have to use unscented dye free  
12 Jul 16 by member: 8hunter6
I had recent allergy testing and found out much information on how we can get sensitized simply by overload...even natural scents, essential oils can cause nasty effects. Best really to go no dye, no perfumes (even natural scents). Once sensitized body reacts to lots of things it did not before. Even soaps are notorious for additives. Be careful and read labels of things you already have...research what things are and limit any additives with new purchases. Many companies being more responsive in this area these days. Sorry you have the rash. I found that loratadine tablets (just 1 every 24 hours) work great! Cheap and do not make you drowsy. Not sure about drug reactions though so if on any check with your pharmacist for interactions. Take care. 
12 Jul 16 by member: JJohnso
Wow, sorry that you have had this happen! I always use perfume and dye free laundry detergents and no fabric softeners or "dryer towels," which can remain in freshly washed clothes. Those car air fresheners, scented candles etc are also bad - many use formaldehyde. The best use for scented dryer towels is at outdoor picnics where meat bees are prone to be pests. If you put those dryer towels propped up in glasses about the table the bees will stay keep away from the area by about 2 ft. THEY know they're bad. 
12 Jul 16 by member: trackin64
Oh yeah, and I put an open box of those dryer towels in a shed and I didn't get any spiders or wasps for about 2 years.  
12 Jul 16 by member: trackin64
You just never know when you might have an allergic reaction. Hope you get it figured out. 
12 Jul 16 by member: FrankieBluEyes
Sorry to hear that you were allergic..hope you have solved your problem now. 
12 Jul 16 by member: brisbee
yes with the new detergent i havent broke out. but then again i havent slept on my rewashed sheets yet either. but the shirt i am wearing was washed in the new detergetn and i havent reacted yet. so maybe the problem is solved. 
12 Jul 16 by member: NavymomT
Go with unscented laundry detergent and softner 
12 Jul 16 by member: Maine coon
Ouchie! 
13 Jul 16 by member: debrafrederick
Or detergent and softner for babies? 
13 Jul 16 by member: april761
try dreft! smells like clean babies.. I love it.. and don't use softener... use a wool ball or something like that to soften clothes.  
13 Jul 16 by member: 8hunter6
good suggestion april 
13 Jul 16 by member: 8hunter6

     
 

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