How To Find Out The Cause Of Biduran?
I’m a 23 year old male. I often itch all over the body, initially small and then turned into large … the time is uncertain … I’m sure it’s not a food allergy, because I’ve tried not to eat in a day but itching still occurs. I was attacked by this disease for about 2 weeks, how do I deal with it?
Hives or urticaria is a form of skin reaction in the form of bumps or reddish islands that feels itchy. Acute urticaria occurs when symptoms appear for less than 6 weeks. Urticaria can be caused by many things including:
Allergic reactions, for example food allergies, drug allergies, allergies to mites, pollen, lotions, and so on.
Exposure to chemicals
Environmental factors, such as cold air, bathing water quality, sun exposure, perspiration
Many cases of urticaria also have unclear causes. Some steps to get rid of allergens, usually the doctor will conduct investigations such as skin prick test or patch test, then see the skin reaction after exposure. Urticaria itself is not dangerous, but other allergic reactions such as swelling in the airways to cause shortness of complaint, of course, must be treated immediately by a doctor because these conditions can be life threatening.
Urticaria usually disappears on its own if we avoid the substance / cause factor. Drugs such as antihistamines and corticosteroids are usually given to patients to reduce itching complaints, speed up the loss of hives, and prevent hives from appearing even more. In addition it can compress with ice in the biduran area. Do not scratch the biduran, because it is feared there will be a wound or even a secondary infection, avoid substances that are suspected to cause allergies, avoid clothes that are too tight, change sheets regularly.
Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.