Symptoms Of Swelling, Bumps, Itching Whether Allergic?
Good evening, I want to ask I have been allergic to air for a long time. If it’s too cold / too hot or when the temperature suddenly changes drastically, my skin gets allergic, the symptoms are red swelling, bumps, itching, heat and pain. When I have a recurrence, almost all parts of my body are affected, until my lips and eyes get swollen. Sometimes I really can’t stand it because of the itchiness, the more the scratching and swelling even the bumps become. Are there any suggestions for airborne allergies that I can take? Is it okay if I always take medicine if allergies begin to feel? During this time I was silent right, because thinking this was normal. But eventually I was right “No longer able to withstand hot itching and swelling ny. Do I need to be examined by a dermatologist? Please ask for a solution. Thank you.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your inconvenience. The condition that you experience with symptoms of swelling, bumps, itching and so on, is indeed a symptom that is similar to allergic symptoms. But with regard to this, it is better to be sure first about two things, namely whether it is indeed allergic or not, and if allergic, is it really due to the ambient temperature or not.
This is because there are other conditions that can cause similar complaints, such as insect bites or stings, side effects of drugs, and immune disorders. Then if it is allergic, allergens can take various forms, ranging from dust allergies, mites, cosmetic allergies, drug allergies, various foods and drinks. Knowing the cause of this allergy is important to avoid the recurrence of these events in the future.
Then, there is no specific cure for air allergies, only allergies for the whole. But to get it you have to go through a doctor's examination first. For this reason, we recommend that you consult your problem with a dermatologist or general practitioner first. After conducting in-depth history, physical examination and possibly support, then the best treatment will be determined.
Meanwhile, if you really suspect that your allergy is due to changes in ambient temperature, then try to avoid it as best you can. Because once again say that it is indeed allergic, there is no drug that can cure allergies completely, but only the symptoms only and if the trigger comes back, the symptoms can come back too. So, hopefully answering your question.