The Body Temperature Always Feels Warm And The Skin Feels Itchy?
Sorry, if the body feels always warm with watery eyes and itchy skin, that’s why. Thank you
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A body that always feels warm needs to be checked objectively using a thermometer. Fever is a condition of the body more than 38 degrees Celsius. Fever is a response of the body's immunity against viral, bacterial or parasitic infections. This infection can occur on the outside of the body that looks like an infection in the eye, skin, or an infection in the organs in the body. Some causes that can cause fever include infections of the respiratory tract, urinary tract, digestive tract, infections of the skin, or infections of the eye associated with complaints of watery eyes and itchy skin that you experience.
Watery eyes can be caused by several possible causes, an eye infection such as conjunctivitis, uveitis, scleritis, blepharitis, or dacryocystitis. Infection involving several layers of the eye, components of the pockets and tear glands or parts of the eyelid can cause watery eyes, but usually accompanied by swelling and pain in the area associated with infection. Watery eyes can also be caused by compensation for dry eye syndrome.
Itchy skin that needs to be explored further the location of itching on the skin on certain body parts, or on the whole body. Itching on the skin can be caused by several possible causes, including allergic reactions due to contact with substances (allergic contact dermatitis), irritant contact dermatitis, numularis dermatitis, venenata dermatitis, insect bite, and many other possible causes.
To examine your condition further, it is necessary to do a doctor's examination related to your complaint so that medical information is obtained about the history of your symptoms, physical examination, as well as supporting examinations or referrals if deemed necessary after the examination. Avoid using self-medication without doctor's instructions.
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