Medical question regarding an allergic reaction (sorry)

Lovablesnowman

Midshipman
Basically when I was younger I had an alergic reaction to something. I had an itchy back the night before and went to the doctors the day after as the itch was quite bad. After I explained I hadn't eaten anything different or changed what products I used on myself and my clothes etc she said I'll probably never know what triggered it and prescribed me some tablets(can't remember what they were) and some steroid tablets which I didn't have to use as the itch had died down by this stage anyway. My question is will this episode bar me from entering? I've seen that food allergies are a bar to entry but what about one time mild reactions to something that was and will almost certainly remain unidentified? Anyone able to offer any help or ideally if someone was in the same situation I'd appreciate any insight
 

WreckerL

War Hero
Super Moderator
There are no medical people on the site, your best course of action is go to the AFCO.

Any "advice" you get on here,take with a pinch of salt.
 

Lovablesnowman

Midshipman
Was just hoping someone might have been in the same situation. I haven't seen any posts anywhere online (yet) about alergic reactions to something unknown and I've a horrible feeling the fact that whatever caused my reaction is unknown might be a big problem
 

Sumo

War Hero
After 3 or 4 bottles of red wine, I have a reaction, my stabilisation goes AWOL, and sometimes my memory gets wiped, but I am OK now.
 
...itchy back...? Relax - No cause found but symptoms sound just like a passing prickly heat rash, sometimes experienced even in mild climes

Besides the Pusser's mantra of 'you scratch mine & I'll scratch yours' your future Oppos will always have your back (although some might be inclined to stab it now & again).

Sorry, have a Good Christmas -

TAXI Please ! (I'm off to amuse the G Childers with lame funnies just like the above :WINK: )
 

Sumo

War Hero
...itchy back...? Relax - No cause found but symptoms sound just like a passing prickly heat rash, sometimes experienced even in mild climes

Besides the Pusser's mantra of 'you scratch mine & I'll scratch yours' your future Oppos will always have your back (although some might be inclined to stab it now & again).

Sorry, have a Good Christmas -

TAXI Please ! (I'm off to amuse the G Childers with lame funnies just like the above :WINK: )
look
The is a funny in there? Wow knock me down with a feather duster :)
 

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