Swollen Palms Like Being Bitten By A Bee?
why my son’s palms suddenly swollen as if bitten by a bee … r nThe life of my child is 9 months
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Swelling in the palm of your child's hand can be a sign of the following disease:
1. Insect bite is inflammation of the skin due to insect bites, such as ants, bees, mosquitoes and others.
2. Atopic dermatitis, which is an allergic reaction that appears on the skin due to consuming food that causes allergies, such as eggs, shrimp, crabs and others. Usually, the child will be followed by allergies to other things, such as dust, cold temperatures, etc., which are marked by sneezing every morning or the child seems to have difficulty breathing followed by the sound of "wheezing". This disease is very closely related to heredity.
Swelling caused by 2 of the above, tends to itch and redden, so the child may be more fussy than usual. For this reason, if the child is fussy, the swelling complaint is getting bigger or wider, followed by shortness of breath, swollen face and lips, then take the child to the nearest doctor.
Meanwhile, you can breastfeed your child as often as possible as long as the child wants to, to increase the child's immunity.
Thus hopefully useful.