Itchy Mouth And Bumps After Eating Tuna?
Tonight, I want to ask. I have a tuna allergy. Then I stopped eating tuna and ate other types of fish. Now, when I eat another type of fish I feel like my mouth is throbbing and itchy, and the inside of my mouth also appears as a few small bumps and I also feel my heart rate increase, can I be said to be allergic to the fish? Thank you ^ _ ^
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Mouth that feels throbbing, itchy, bumps, accompanied by increased heart rate may be a sign of allergic symptoms. Allergies occur due to excessive body sensitivity responding to the entry of a substance into the body because it is considered dangerous when in fact it is not. This condition is thought to be closely related to genetic (hereditary) and environmental factors. There are so many substances that can trigger allergies, including fish, as you experience them. Often, allergic symptoms appear in a mild intensity, which is only in the form of skin that feels itchy, reddish, or bumps that only appear temporarily and then improve on their own. However, in some rare conditions, allergic reactions can also occur severe enough to make sufferers experience shortness of breath, nausea, vomiting, palpitations, and various other complaints, so that it needs to get direct treatment from a doctor.
In addition to allergies, your complaints may also arise due to other causes, such as insect bites, drug eruptions, hormonal changes, viral or bacterial infections, heart and blood vessel disorders, psychosomatic disorders, and so on.
To be clear the cause of your complaint, it would not hurt you to check yourself directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. If you suspect that your complaint is purely due to allergies, usually the administration of anti-allergic drugs is useful to minimize your complaints.
In the meantime, try to limit the consumption of foods that have the potential to cause you to be allergic, including fish and their processed products. Don't take any medicine before prescribed directly by a doctor. Be diligent at brushing your teeth, and gargle with salt solution to reduce inflammation in the oral cavity. Don't forget, calm your mind, don't worry or worry too much.
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