Medical Matters: Avoid hairy situations just before a big event

Dr Sinead Beirne: A bride-to-be booked an emergency appointment to see me a few months ago.

20th July, 2014
Dr Sinead Beirne is a GP in Dublin.

A bride-to-be booked an emergency appointment to see me a few months ago. She was due to get married later that week, and her friends and family had treated her to a day in a spa to relax and unwind before the big day.

After hours of pampering with hot tubs and hot towels, she went home, only to wake up to an eruption of small, red, itchy, sore bumps all over her body. As...

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