Itchy Skin And Eyelids After Eating Seafood?
In the afternoon, I mw complaining. Initially I was allergic to sea food. Gtal and lumps only in the folds. After brobat, I usually get better at a general practitioner, but I eat fresh fish instead of sea fish. Itching in the usual area doesn’t happen. But now itchy eyelids and bumps appear. I think is it fat or the effect of allergies? And do I need skin or eye contact? Mhn the response is yes. Because I’m the consul right now
Have you not previously experienced itching and swelling in your eyes when consuming freshwater fish? Complaints of itching on the eyelids and the appearance of swelling or swelling around the eyes can be caused by an allergic reaction. Allergic reactions can be triggered by various things such as food allergies (like what you have), drug allergies, dust, pollen, animal hair, and materials that come into contact with the skin.
Generally, allergic reactions will improve when exposure to the trigger is stopped. If the itching is on the skin (not in the eyes), you can use calamine lotion to reduce the itching. In addition, doctors can also provide antihistamines and corticosteroids to treat allergic reactions and reduce complaints of itching.
However, apart from allergic reactions, itching and bumps on the eyelids can also be caused by other things such as:
Biteal Blefaritis Kalazion Conjunctivitis Insect bites Seborrheic dermatitis Rosacea You can check with your general practitioner first so you can do a direct examination to determine the cause of itching and swelling on your eyelids. If the results of the examination lead to an allergic reaction, a general practitioner will be able to provide allergy management for you. However, if you find the possibility of leading to stye, blepharitis or kalazion, your doctor can refer you to an ophthalmologist. Meanwhile, if you find other skin problems such as seborrheic dermatitis or rosacea, the doctor can refer you to a dermatologist if needed.
In the meantime you can do the following tips:
Try not to scratch or rub your eyes. Warm compresses. Avoid using eye cosmetics and contact lenses until the complaints get better. Avoid foods that trigger your allergies. Hope it can help you,