Symptoms Of Itching In The Mouth Accompanied By Sneezing And Runny Nose?
Hello, my name is Togar, I’m 14 years old. I want to ask: For the past few weeks, I like to feel my mouth itch like that, and besides, I often sneeze and my nose gets runny. At first I thought it was because I was allergic to cold, the only problem was that I had never been diagnosed, only was told that my family might be allergic because there was a member of my family who was also allergic to cold. But the thing is, I just felt short of breath at the same time, sometimes even getting to my nose. What is the cause of this?
Hello Mohammad Togar. Thank you for the question.
Symptoms of itching in the mouth accompanied by sneezing and runny nose can indeed be caused by allergic reactions. An allergic reaction arises when the body's immune system interprets something that is actually harmless to something that is harmful to the body so the body secretes a number of substances that cause allergic symptoms. Allergic symptoms that arise can vary from sneezing, runny nose, coughing, skin rashes, swollen lips or eyes, itchy lips or eyes, difficulty swallowing, difficulty breathing, vomiting, stomach ache, diarrhea. Allergic reactions can occur because some triggers can be due to dust, animal hair, pollen, mites or other insect bites, high-protein foods (such as seafood, milk, eggs), drugs (antibiotics or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) cold air, stress. For your symptoms are not necessarily caused by cold air. The step you can take is to try to pay attention to when the symptoms appear, whether indeed when exposed to cold air or exposed to the other triggers mentioned above. If you have been able to identify the trigger then you are recommended to avoid it to prevent similar symptoms.
The symptoms of shortness of breath that you experience need to be traced to the cause, whether it appears together and is related to other allergic symptoms or due to other causes such as flu, pneumonia, tuberculosis, gastric acid disease, high stress. If symptoms are mild, it may not be caused by a serious medical condition and you can try to monitor these symptoms first. You are advised to avoid exposure to dust and other air pollution, avoid consuming large portions of food, avoid lying down after eating, and managing stress well. You are also encouraged to maintain the cleanliness of your home and bedroom.
If the symptoms of shortness of breath do not improve for more than 2 weeks and disturb you, you can invite your parents to accompany you to see your nearest doctor so that the cause can be ascertained so that further treatment can be determined by your doctor. If the symptoms of severe shortness of breath (shortness of breath and fast) accompanied by high fever, chest pain, or wheezing, please immediately visit the emergency room of the nearest hospital so that it can be immediately examined and treated by a doctor.
Hopefully this information helps you.