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INFORMATION FOR WOMEN WHO HAVE CONTACT DERMATITIS DURING PREGNANCY OR BREASTFEEDING

 

What is contact dermatitis during pregnancy?

Contact dermatitis is an inflammatory skin condition in which contact with a particular agent causes your skin to become sore and red at the site of contact. Most contact dermatitis results from skin contact with an irritant, of which there are many, including agents that get into clothing and gloves, such as fabric softeners, detergents, soaps, and various solvents. Other agents that can cause irritant contact dermatitis include hair dyes, perfumes, cosmetics, moisturizers, cement, and nail polish. Contact dermatitis also can have an allergic component. This means that there is an allergic reaction isolated to the location on the skin where the allergen is located, such as where your jewelry is hanging.


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