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  • How is this question anything to do with Answerbag as a topic? Its a medical condition question... While rare, it is possible to have a sun allergy but its not really a true allergy. In sensitive people, sun exposure activates inflammatory cells or proteins in the skin, which triggers hives, very much like those you get when you come into contact with an allergen.
  • I have a mild case of sun sensitivity myself. If there is a large solar flare my skin will sting like being stung by bees if I let the corresponding light touch me.. The solar activity has to be MUCH higher than normal for it to effect me, however.

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