Poison Ivy

Poison Ivy is a plant that contains a resin which will penetrate the skin and cause a skin reaction in people who are allergic to it generally appearing 8-48 hours after contact or 5 hours to 15 days after touching the plant. Poison ivy can spread and can often be contagious for a period of time after first contact. The usual symptoms of poison ivy are: itching, red streaks, small raised bumps or blisters.

Treatment Options: Poison Ivy is often treated by cold compresses, oral and topical cortisones, and antihistamines.

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