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TOPIC TITLE: allergy to gold
Created On 8/10/06 11:42 PM
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matzoball48
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8/10/06 11:42 PM
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This will be a strange question. ON tisha b'av was our english anniversary. we have been married for 26 years. well on tisha b'av under my rings I got really itchy and irritated. I thought it was just because of the oppressive heat. I t was bright red under my rings. I took them off for a few days and everything seemed to ahve gone away. Well today under my wedding and engagement rings once again I was itchy and irritated and the skin is bright red where I wear the rings on my ring finger and in between the ring finger and the pinky finger and in between the middle finger and the ring finger it is also red itchy and irritated. Can I have an allergy to gold after 26 years? any info would help thanks
 
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