How To Deal With Sore And Itchy Mouth After Eating Kemumu Vegetables?
At night, our family was poisoned by your kemumu vegetable, our family’s mouth felt sore and itchy, we didn’t have any allergies, how to deal with it?
Hello Eva Azmiati,
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Your kemumu vegetable is a small type of taro or taro plant. There are several types that do contain more substances that can trigger allergies. Although there was no previous history of allergies, this can happen if the body responds excessively to the substances contained in these vegetables. Apart from food allergies, there are a number of things that can be thought of as the cause of the complaints you are currently feeling, which are as follows:
There is irritation from other food ingredients or a mixture of vegetables that you consume
There is irritation from the surrounding air
There is irritation from water consumed. However, of course this condition can take place before consuming these vegetables.
The presence of other medical conditions.
The first thing to do is of course stop consuming the food that causes the complaint and you should contact the nearest doctor or health worker to get first aid for this condition. Taking allergy medications is one therapy if the condition is an allergy, but of course this condition depends on the allergic response that occurs. Some cases of allergies can show symptoms that are severe enough to swell the airways which can cause shortness of breath. In contrast to food poisoning, it is a condition in which consuming food or drinks that are contaminated by toxins or microorganisms such as viruses or bacteria or other types of parasites. And the symptoms shown from this condition are more to digestive tract disorders such as severe vomiting and diarrhea.
For your case, you should do a consultation and physical examination by a doctor to confirm the response that occurs. Is it really a mild or severe allergy. Thus, handling can be done quickly and precisely.
That's what I can say, hopefully it's useful.
Greetings, dr. Tiwi