Causes And Treats Itching To Red Bumps?
at night, I’m 18 years old bilqisth I want to ask before I want to tell you a little, 2 weeks ago I went out of town while outside the city my body every night itches itchy, I think because I was bitten by mosquitoes but sometimes it itches sometimes it doesn’t, and the bumps are small The bumps also don’t go away, the position of the bumps is on the thighs and sides of the armpits. I’ve been quiet and now I’m back home, the bumps still don’t go away and instead keep running everywhere, almost all of my hands and feet have small bumps like that and the feeling is very itchy, but every time I scratch the sores become more and more sores even more itchy, and the bumps turn red, what’s that? What medicine/ointment should I use? So that the bumps disappear and don’t leave scars, or are there other alternatives such as injections so they don’t itch anymore? Please pay attention, sornThank you
Hello, thanks for your question.
Symptoms of itchy skin, redness, and hives may be caused by an allergic reaction. Allergic reactions are reactions that arise from the immune system overreacting to certain substances that are generally harmless. Substances that trigger allergic reactions are referred to as allergens. Everyone's allergens are different. Some common allergens include flower pollen, insect bites, certain foods or drugs, animal dander, or mites.
Of course, to know for sure the cause of the complaints you are experiencing, you need a direct examination by a doctor. For the initial treatment of allergic skin reactions, antihistamines, corticosteroids, either oral or topical drugs are given. In more severe cases, the drug is given in the form of injections or injections.
These medications help to manage symptoms, but if the body is re-exposed to the same allergen, the reaction will return. For this reason, it is usually recommended to do an allergy test to find out the allergen.
The following suggestions you can do at home to treat itching:
Warm compresses or gently massage the itchy skin. Avoid scratching the skin to avoid irritation or injury. Cut fingernails short. Wear clothes that are closed but loose and absorb sweat. Keep your skin clean and take regular baths. Please read the following article about allergies at https://www.HealthReplies.com/allergy
That's the information I can convey, I hope it's useful.