Small Bumps Appear When The Weather Is Cold And Bruised On Both Thighs?
At night, my wife had 2 weeks of cold air allergy, initially appeared small bumps and then became large and spread and at the same time my wife had bruises on both thighs to the calf even though there was no impact … and it was more than one point. I wanted Ask why it all happened and how to deal with these bruises and allergies. r nThank you
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Your wife's condition is most likely two different things. Starting with allergies, allergy is a condition where the body overreacts to a substance called an allergen. Allergens can be anything and can be different each person, be it in the form of pollen, dust, beans, honey, chicken, fish, eggs, various kinds of medicines, insect bites and including cold air, or also called with cold urticaria.
Although it can already be explained there are certain compounds that come out of the body that cause symptoms of bumps, itching and others when someone is exposed to certain allergens, so far no one can explain why someone is allergic to these ingredients. So that in allergies, the best treatment is to avoid triggers, which in the case of your wife, can be in the form of wearing thick clothes, covering the body with a warm balm or using blankets.
Then for bruising, bruising can occur when there is blood coming out of the blood vessels and then collected between the skin tissue. The occurrence of a bruise that has never had a history of any impact, can be divided into two reasons. The first is that your wife has actually been hit, but the bump was mild so that she forgot or was unaware that she became bruised, or the second is there are other medical conditions, such as low platelet levels, blood disorders, blood function disorders and other diseases that must be examined beforehand to be sure.
In addition, complaints of cold allergies experienced by your wife can also actually be the cause of the appearance of this bruise, especially if your wife scratches certain parts of her body while sleeping or when doing something so hard that there are peripheral blood vessels that rupture and cause bruising, as well as scraped off people.
However, the examination must still be done. Therefore, we suggest that you should consult your general practitioner first to later determine whether this is correct because of allergies or not and given initial treatment. If it feels complicated, your wife's doctor will refer your wife to the appropriate specialist. Meanwhile, cold compresses to reduce itching, and try as much as possible not to scratch. So, hopefully answering your question.