Causes Itching After Eating Chicken Meat?
I often get itchy lately after eating chicken meat, but before I was never rich like that, what symptoms do I include?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The appearance of itching complaints after consuming certain foods, is most closely associated with allergic conditions. But given that you have never experienced problems with consumption of these foods before, there are some things that must also be considered.
Among them is whether the itching since that moment will definitely appear every time you eat chicken meat, and whether the itching never appears except when you have just eaten chicken. Because if it turns out the itchiness had appeared in other conditions, it could be the cause is a bite or an insect sting, allergic to ingredients other than chicken meat, cosmetic effects, side effects of drugs, and much more.
Our advice for now, try to hold back for not eating chicken for about a month. See for a month if the itching appears. If it appears, it means there are other triggers besides chicken meat and try to avoid it as much as possible. But if it does not appear, try eating chicken and if then the symptoms appear, it means you are allergic to chicken meat. Although this is rare, it can indeed happen where someone who has never been allergic to something, only appears allergic when he is an adult. When it is confirmed so, then it means you have to start reducing chicken meat consumption, as the single most effective way to avoid allergies.
If you are still in doubt, there is other information that you have not conveyed, or the symptoms do not go away even though you have not eaten chicken, you should check with your doctor or dermatologist for further examination and treatment. So, hopefully answering your question.