Arises Redness And Swelling On The Entire Body?
Good evening, I have permission to ask about this skin disease problem, my mother has redness and swelling all over her body, went to the general practitioner and was given medicine but the effect of swelling in the body reduced on the first day but on the second day instead swelling occurred in the area his face and chills with a temperature of 37 ° C, the disease is also accompanied by nausea, flatulence, and the stomach feels painful and mules. What actions should be done? Note: The day before this incident my mother had eaten fish (but if fish allergy before it happens like this is normal) and a little drinking fanta.3 days before this incident my mother did not sleep due to extreme itching, so that low blood pressure and high blood sugar reached 206 but when checked again decreased to 171
Hello, thanks for the question.
Itching, swelling, and redness can occur due to allergic reactions, skin irritation due to contact with allergens or irritants, infections, insect bites, and other skin diseases. Complaints of itching, swelling, and redness that occurs in almost the entire body most often arise due to allergic reactions, both food allergies, drugs, weather, dust, pollen, and so forth. This allergic reaction does not always appear on allergen exposure for the first time, it usually only appears after so many times of exposure. This allergic reaction is more risky for people with a family history of the same allergy, have a history of other allergies, have a disease that makes the body vulnerable to reaction allergic, and so on. These allergic symptoms vary, can attack the skin in the form of swelling, redness, itching, etc .; respiratory system in the form of shortness of breath, cough, etc .; digestive system in the form of stomach mules, bloating, nausea, vomiting; and so forth. High blood sugar levels can also cause itching complaints throughout the body, this is because high blood sugar can stimulate nerve fibers in the skin, causing itching. Therefore, you should regularly control your blood sugar to the doctor. If an allergic reaction is suspected, the first thing to do is find out the originator and avoid these triggers. To reduce itching complaints, you can apply cold compresses using ice water or ice cubes, use a skin moisturizer to keep the skin moist, and if symptoms do not disappear or get worse, you should consult your doctor again, the doctor will do a direct examination and additional examinations if needed. Handling will be adjusted to the disease and severity.
Thus, hopefully it helps.