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    propylene glycol allergy testing
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    crosshatchaz posted:
    I believe I have an allergy to propylene glycol. Yet for the last three months of hell, I have been unable to find anyone in phoenix arizona that has heard of or can test for it. Three (cigna) allergist and a dermatologist. Any help? Anyone? Anyone?
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    soymatcha responded:
    You should specifically ask for Patch Test if it's irritating your skin.
     
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    mavy1227 responded:
    I also have this allergy. I feel so frustrated - I started a support group on Facebook called Proplyene Glycol Support Group - a place to share knowledge, recipes and support. If you're interested please join.


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