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According to a National Library of Medicine (NIH) cited study, titled Metal allergy--a review on exposures, penetration, genetics, prevalence and clinical implications, 17% of women and 3% of men are allergic to nickel. With nickel being one of the alloys used in gold and sterling silver jewelry manufacturing, this may explain why most jewelers receive more skin-sensitivity queries from women than from men. In any case, the following FAQs are completely gender-neutral; just remember the following criteria:
It's possible that you aren't always aware of your nickel allergy. Notice if you experience any reaction to zippers on your clothing, coins, or eyeglass frames. If that's the case, then check with your physician for diagnosis and treatment.