Answer: In my experience, people who initially tend to have an allergic reaction or contact dermatitis to a few plants often tend to be sensitive to more and more different plants over time. (This is happening to me. I am sensitive to tomato plants, for example, certainly not a plant most people would have a problem with.) If you know you are sensitive to this vine, then you will need to avoid it. And since you seem to be sensitive to a number of things I would suggest you wear gloves routinely and possibly long sleeves and long pants to protect yourself from contact with additional potential future sources of irritation. Most plants can be eradicated over time by repeated pulling and digging, by smothering, or by using glyphosate according to the label instructions. Your county extension should be able to help you identify the plant if you take them a sample and possibly also a photo.
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