At noon, I am a housewife, 31 years old, why is it that every time I get a fever my whole body bumps with an itch that is amazing even though I already took antibiotics and itching medication but still every time I leave the house like that, are there certain foods that I should avoid, , and what is the cause of all that, please answer the answer I say thank you 🙏
Hello Sari, Thank you for the question.
Have you checked your doctor further? Is the consumption of antibiotics in accordance with doctor's recommendations? Avoid taking antibiotics without doctor's advice because if antibiotics are used not according to medical indications then bacterial immunity to antibiotics can occur. Thus, if you later need the antibiotic, the antibiotic is no longer able to fight the bacterial infection that you are experiencing.
Body bumps that feel itchy due to a certain trigger are biduran. Hives are reddish or white skin rashes that feel itchy, sometimes painful. Most cases of hives are caused by allergies. This condition is caused by the immune system which has an overreaction to a trigger that is actually not harmful to the body. Some causes of biduran such as high protein foods (seafood, milk, eggs), insect bite, hot or cold air, contact with other objects that can cause allergies, viral infections, drugs (such as antibiotics or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) . In addition, some other causes of itchy rashes are prurigo, ringworm, scabies, eczema, dry skin, and others. Please check with your skin specialist first because this complaint has the potential to interfere with your daily activities. The main treatment for allergic cases is to avoid triggers. You need to avoid allergens, in your case there is exposure to hot air. If you don't have an allergy to certain foods, there are no foods that you need to avoid. Your doctor can recommend using antihistamines, steroid drugs, or immunotherapy for you. If the complaint is caused by another condition, then the doctor will provide treatment according to the medical condition that you are experiencing. Antibiotics are only used if your complaint is caused by a bacterial infection.
In the meantime, please avoid as much heat as possible. Use long-sleeved clothes so that your skin is protected from direct sunlight. Use thin, loose clothing with materials that absorb sweat easily. Avoid scratching itchy skin, you can use salicyl powder or calamine lotion. Maintain your body's fluid intake by consuming water to prevent dehydration and dry skin.
I hope this helps.