How To Deal With Ibuprofen Allergy?
Noon You see, I consume ibuprofen from last Monday, but only once a day because I’m just hot at night. Well, from yesterday, all of a sudden I felt itchy even though I showered a lot. When scratched, a kind of red dot appears and it feels sore. But the spots are not evenly distributed throughout the body, sort of 5 spots on the left arm, 1 on the right arm, 1 on the back, 1 on the chest, but rather a lot on the forehead. Well, is it due to allergic ibuprofen? The problem is when it comes to food, I don’t consume anything other than mother’s cooking which is usually cooked. Then, if for example due to a drug allergy, how long would it take to disappear without having to take anti-allergic drugs? The thing is, to be honest, I’m just traumatized taking medication now. Ibuprofen, which is usually sold, can cause allergies, especially others. Okay that’s all. Thanks for the information
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The rash (in the form of itchy red spots) that you complain about, can be a symptom of:
1. Allergy medicine
2. The course of the fever you experience. To find out what the illness, further medical interviews and direct physical examination are needed. The fever is accompanied by symptoms of red rash that feels itchy, namely measles, rubella, scarlafina fever and others.
3. Eruptions that occur due to the release of excessive body heat, for example when someone is having a fever or warm environment temperature.
4. Contact dermatitis is an inflammatory skin disease caused by contact with substances or substances that irritate or cause an allergic reaction. Such as soap, certain clothing materials, metals and others.
5. And others.
Some things you can do to relieve symptoms, namely:
1. Stop taking ibuprofen medicine. If you have another fever tonight, you can compress your forehead, neck and armpits with a cloth soaked in warm water. If the fever is felt high, you should take another fever-lowering drug, namely Paracetamol.
2. Stop using skin care products that are not commonly used, such as soap or handbody.
3. Bathing twice a day, should not be more, because it can make the skin dry and aggravate the condition.
4. Use clothing that can absorb sweat, made from soft, loose and not hot.
5. If itching is very disturbing, you can use anti-itching powder or stick ice cubes to relieve symptoms. The important thing is do not scratch it.
7. Consult a doctor if the rash becomes more widespread and disturbing, especially if accompanied by high fever.
Thus hopefully useful.