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hmmm...Maybe, you should have gone to the freakin doctor if you sliced your arm that badly idiot! Your pharmacist's job is to give you medicine, not diagnose you.

I know exactly what you mean! I am allergic to the fabric and the sticky stuff on all bandaids... It is majory gay. Everytime I accidentally cut myself I have to use a towel to stop the bleeding and then I have to be careful not to reopen the cut everytime I am doing something... And as for the pharmacist, it may not be their job to diagnose but they should know what lotions etc are recommended for itches and then he should have also given an alternative for a bandaid. My friend from school is working in a pharmacy.

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hmmm...Maybe, you should have gone to the freakin doctor if you sliced your arm that badly idiot! Your pharmacist's job is to give you medicine, not diagnose you.

not all band-aids are fabric

Well...this one was.

I know exactly what you mean! I am allergic to the fabric and the sticky stuff on all bandaids... It is majory gay. Everytime I accidentally cut myself I have to use a towel to stop the bleeding and then I have to be careful not to reopen the cut everytime I am doing something... And as for the pharmacist, it may not be their job to diagnose but they should know what lotions etc are recommended for itches and then he should have also given an alternative for a bandaid. My friend from school is working in a pharmacy.

Your doctor or pharmacist should be able to advise you in which bandaids are hypo allergenic. different brands use different adhesive and fabric

I think sore meant that after s/he realized that they were allergic to the bandage, s/he went back to the pharmacy to get another kind of bandage. The pharmacist must have seen it and said to put a band-aid on it. Am I right?

how did u cut ur arm in the first place?

A pharmacist (at least one who paid attention in school) should know that you need to probably talk to your doctor. They can at least recommed hydrocortisone to help the itch. they should also be able to tell you a type of band-aid to use. if its bad enough though, you should prolly just go to the doctor, stitches or glue would do wonders, and no allergic reaction haha

ya but maybe a different kind. bandaide is a brand try a different type of BANDAGE.

plus disinfect next time too. or if it's that bad see a doctor for stitches

punctuation, moron.

Capitalization, Moron.