12 MonthsAverage: 42.38%
MOM change: -0.39%
Poison Oak Rash
General search term.
Might be referring to: a poison oak rash appears where the contact with the oil occurred. However, it can also form on parts of the body not contacted by the plant. It normally starts as itching and mild irritation and gradually worsens developing in to a red rash that gradually gets more itchy. Bumps will form, which can turn into blisters..
This is a seasonal trend that repeats every May.
This trend is forecasted to be growing in the next 2 years.
We tracked 18 total in the last 3 months