Allergy That Never Heals?
Hello, I’m experiencing an allergy that I treat subsides but after the drug runs out the allergy returns. My allergies are in the form of chicken pox but only occur at my fingertips. I once asked a dermatologist, according to the doctor I was exposed to allergic detergent. But I am normal when washing using detergent. I also want to ask, how come my lips look like zits, is that a sign of a serious bug? thank you
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Allergies occur when the body mistakenly considers the entry of a substance into the body as dangerous, when in fact it is not. Different types of allergens can trigger allergic reactions. Some common examples of allergens are cold, dust mites, seafood, eggs, milk, latex, and so on. Detergents can indeed also trigger an inflammatory reaction on the skin that resembles an allergy. However, often, inflammation of the skin due to this detergent arises because of irritation (in the medical realm called irritant contact dermatitis), not allergic. Although indeed, it is not impossible, in some sensitive people, even non-irritating detergents can trigger allergic reactions.
Reactions that arise due to allergies can vary, ranging from mild to severe. although the complaint is mild, for example only in the form of a pimple resembling a pimple or chicken pox, if the complaint recurs very often, you should still go to a doctor or dermatologist. It is feared, there are other complications besides allergies that trigger your complaints, for example infections, insect bites, skin tags, contact dermatitis, immune disorders, and so on. Of course, the handling of each of these conditions can be different from ordinary allergies.
You can prevent your complaints from recurring with the following suggestions:
Pay attention to what things that often trigger or aggravate your complaint, and avoid it
Always keep your skin clean, including clean bathing regularly, wear clean clothes, clean your residence, and not carelessly exchange personal belongings with others
If allergy symptoms appear on the skin, do not carelessly scratched, squeezed, or exfoliated
Do not also carelessly provide treatment for allergic symptoms on the skin without direct advice from a doctor
Always live a healthy lifestyle
Hope this helps ...