Medicine To Treat Allergies?
I have allergies. when I relapse I take methyl and loratadine, for external medicine I use cloderma cream 10g, but sometimes the stock of cloderma cteam is empty, can I replace cloderma ointment 10g? is the function the same? thank you
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Allergies can have a variety of clinical manifestations. On the skin, often, allergic sufferers will feel itchy, bumpy skin, appearing reddish rashes, swelling, feeling hot, it can even blister and peel. In more severe allergic reactions, these symptoms can appear accompanied by shortness of breath, nausea, vomiting, palpitations, to shock (shock). There are so many types of allergy triggers, and are individual. This allergic reaction occurs because the body mistakenly considers the entry of a substance into the body as a dangerous thing, when in fact it is not.
Overcoming allergies should not be done haphazardly. Not infrequently, allergic symptoms that appear on the skin can be almost similar to other skin conditions, such as fungal infections, bacterial infections or other microorganisms, contact dermatitis, insect bites, seborrheic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, and so on. Therefore, if you have never been seen by a doctor and diagnosed with allergies, you should not draw conclusions too early.
If it's true that your complaint arises due to allergies, the treatment that needs to be done also must be consulted first to the doctor. Because, most anti-allergic drugs are not included in the class of over-the-counter medicines, including drugs that you use. For this reason, we are not authorized to explain to you the procedures for the use of such details in a free forum like this, including whether or not to replace the preparation of cream into ointment.
Our advice, check your complaint directly to the doctor or dermatologist so that it is handled properly. In order for your allergic symptoms to subside, before taking the drug, you should first avoid triggering the allergy. Also keep your skin clean well so as to avoid infection which can also trigger symptoms of inflammation like allergies.
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