Itching And Bleeding From The Vagina After Eating Shrimp?
Good morning Dinni, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Allergy is a condition in which the body responds excessively to a substance in the form of an allergen. These allergens are many types and vary in each person. There are allergens in the form of eggs, milk, meat, dust, insect bites, certain cosmetics, antibiotics, cold air, and much more. Nobody still knows why a person can get allergies and why these specific allergens.
In your case, what you really need to know is that the most common and common allergic symptoms are coughing, sneezing, itching on the body, face, nose, runny nose, watery eyes, red eyes, shortness of breath, shortness of appearance, scaly skin, diarrhea, nausea, abdominal pain, and swelling in various parts of the body. So that the discharge of blood from the vagina is not a symptom found in a person's allergic condition. As for why there is blood coming out of your vagina, this needs to be done in-depth examination again to assess in terms of your menstrual cycle, the possibility of infection, lifestyle, and so forth apart from the possibility of allergies.
For this reason, if the bleeding continues or you are pregnant, or the bleeding is ongoing, you should check with your obstetrician for further examination and look for trends. But if not, you really don't need to worry too much, because allergies never directly affect the uterus.
In addition, it should also be seen whether this is the first time the condition has occurred, or before indeed every time you eat shrimp and chicken meat, the complaint arises. Because allergies usually occur since childhood. If you have been okay eating shrimp and chicken, you should look for other causes of the itching. Go to a general practitioner for treatment. Meanwhile, avoid consumption of shrimp and chicken meat, and compress the itchy part with a cold compress or sprinkle with salicyl powder. So, hopefully answering your question.