Bumps And Itching All Over The Body?
sl pgi ,, I want to consult about the disease that I experienced, I experienced itching in the entire body even in the buttocks and on the sides of the bumps, until now, I don’t know how to get it, I understand that itchiness is already in the rhythm of the body from the colds in the beginning. take the shbis bidg plg dri kolm swimming stlah to sleep, I swollen, gatl2, I already wear slep and medicine for healing but the cure doesn’t go all the way, and if the cranks are all itchy, mhon srn ny
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
Symptoms in the form of bumps that feel itchy at various locations of the body can be caused by several possibilities, which are often include:
Urticaria, namely the body's immune response to the symptoms in the form of the appearance of bumps suddenly, well-defined, reddish in color, can disappear slowly within 24-48 hours, generally accompanied by complaints of itching / stinging sensation / like being stabbed, The trigger can be in the form of contact with allergens (for example: animal protein, latex, plant pollen, dust, mites), exposure to cold air, or side effects of using certain drugs (example: antibiotics)
Atopic dermatitis, which is chronic / chronic and recurrent skin inflammation, is associated with a history of atopy (asthma, frequent sneezing and runny nose in the morning, eyes often red after exposure to allergenic substances) in patients or families
Allergic contact dermatitis, which is skin inflammation caused by contact with allergenic substances attached to the skin, is related to the immune system's response to allergenic substances, symptoms usually appear after repeated exposure to allergenic ingredients
Hypersensitivity to insect bites
If complaints of bumps do not improve and are so disturbing, you are advised to check directly with a doctor or dermatologist and a specialist for evaluation and treatment can be done appropriately. The doctor will do anamnesis, physical examination, and maybe a supplementary examination if found indications, for example: skin test for allergy testing. Your doctor may give you oral medication to treat inflammation and itching, and maybe a cream / ointment to apply on symptoms of skin.
As a suggestion, you are advised to implement the following steps:
Avoid exposure to substances / conditions that are thought to trigger symptoms
Bathing twice a day regularly, using softer (relatively less irritating) soap, for example: baby soap
Wash your clothes regularly
To enrich insight, you can read articles about urticaria. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.