This came up under Animal Law... odd.
I would recommend that you install a whole-house water filter and see if that helps.
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This practice area is not "Oil & Gas. I will redirect the practice area. This area appears to closely align with "Environmental and Natural Resources." You should seek medical attention to find out if something is causing your rash. A local attorney in your area may be of assistance to you. Seek one out. Good luck.
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This is more of a medical question than a legal one. Personally I have never heard of hard water (that is what water high in iron is) causing skin problems, but a doctor could tell you.
This is not a legal question at this stage at least according to your description. You need to FIRST determine what is causing the skin issues. It could be hard water, iron, another contaminate, or even the air in your home. This is a medical/toxicological/neurological issue at this stage. ONLY once you figure out what is causing your skin issues can you determine if you have an legal recourse.
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