Laytex Allergies

Were you looking for information on Latex Allergy? Laytex allergies is a common misspelling of latex allergy.
 
Several types of synthetic rubber are referred to as "latex." However, a latex allergy is caused by natural rubber latex manufactured from a milky fluid derived from the rubber tree. Possible symptoms include skin rash, hives, and itching. Healthcare workers are most at risk of developing a latex allergy because they use latex gloves often. Medications may reduce allergic symptoms, but completely avoiding latex is the most effective treatment approach.
 
(Click Latex Allergy to learn more, including why synthetic rubber does not cause an allergic reaction, additional symptoms, and ways to protect against latex allergy.)
 
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