Hives That Feel Itchy And Spread Throughout The Body?
I want to ask … My body is very itchy biduran already spread throughout my body … What is the cure … Thanks in advance …
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Hives in the medical world refer to the diagnosis of urticaria. Urticaria is a skin condition characterized by reddish skin with pale in the middle, poking, diverse shapes (forming a picture of islands), and itching. This condition is caused by the body's hypersensitive reaction to something, often due to an allergic reaction, for example food allergies, dust allergies, etc. Can also be affected by excessive pressure on the skin, exposure to cold or hot temperatures, or influenced by exercise. Not everyone has a tendency to experience urticaria, and why not everyone is the same. Depending on how the person's body responds.
First of all, has your condition been seen by a doctor? If you have, and it is said to be urticaria, chances are that your doctor has given you medicine to treat this urticaria, usually with antihistamine drugs.
However, if it has not been examined, and new urticaria is based on your suspicion, avoid taking any medication before confirming your true illness by checking with a GP. The doctor will do a complete physical examination on you and if necessary a supporting examination will be carried out or refer you to a specialist doctor according to the suspicion of the disease. Determination of the diagnosis by a doctor is needed to determine also the right management.
There are several other conditions on the skin, which are characterized by redness and itching, such as:
Skin fungal infections Skin parasitic infections Chronic skin inflammation due to allergic reactions (atopic dermatitis) Autoimmune psoriasis etc.
Of the many possible causes of the condition you have suffered, then if it has not been checked, of course it must be checked first as suggested above, to ensure diagnosis and provide appropriate treatment according to your condition.
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