Allergy That Does Not Feel Itchy
I want to ask, this is allergic skin but it doesn’t feel itchy and swollen it’s just red, why? I once consulted using an ointment that never disappeared and I stopped adding a lot, why?
Originally posted 2020-04-15 15:50:54.
Hello Password, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself that Dr. Rio will answer your question.
Red skin complaints can occur not only in allergies, but can occur in almost all skin disorders. If red skin occurs due to allergies, certainly before the complaint arises there is a trigger either such as food, medicine, goods, or even air temperature, and complaints that arise are not in the same place, especially if it occurs in the skin.
Other complaints that usually accompany are itching, swelling, even if severe allergies can cause shortness of breath. The complaint will gradually disappear if the trigger is stopped / avoided. But what happens to you is widespread redness, I cannot guarantee that it is an allergy because you did not submit a complaint. I also can not confirm the skin disorder because you only convey skin redness and that happens in almost all cases of skin disorders. For that you must consult a doctor directly to ensure this.
That's all my answer, thank you very much :)