Overcoming Dizziness, Itching To Festering When Allergic?
I have a skin allergy, itching and pus, sometimes it hurts to feel dizzy and not feeling well. How do you deal with it? I’m sorry I don’t like drugs
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An allergic reaction occurs in someone who is sensitive to allergens. There are many allergens, each of which will be different for each person. For example, cold air, seafood food, egg food, flour, powder, dust, metal, wool fabric, and others. The forms of allergic reactions also vary, such as swelling of the lips and face, shortness of breath followed by the sound of "wheezing" and a red rash that feels itchy on the skin.
The most severe allergic reaction is anaphylactic which is characterized by the patient unconscious, fast and weak pulse, drop in blood pressure, and others.
The most important treatment for diseases caused by allergic reactions is to avoid the triggers. So, you must know the cause of your allergic reaction. In addition, you can take dexamethasone drugs to relieve the inflammatory reaction that occurs. You also need an itch or antihistamine to relieve itching or mild pain that appears. A rash on the skin can also be given anti-inflammatory ointment drugs such as betamethasone skin ointment. In a festering rash (a sign of a bacterial infection), it is necessary to compress the rash that fester until it is dry and then apply an antibiotic ointment. Every antibiotic drug must be purchased by a doctor's prescription. You can consult beforehand with the nearest doctor.
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