The Cause Of A 5-year-old Child’s Body Bumps Accompanied By Itching At Night Accompanied By Fever In The Morning?
, my child is 5 years old every evening. His whole body reaches the face and head with a lot of bumps and enlarges, until midnight, and before dawn the bumps and the itch goes away but his body becomes feverish. “at 6 o’clock The fever goes down better. It starts every evening. I suppose ” what is the cause? Is it dangerous? What medicine is suitable for my child so that it does not itch “? This has happened for more than 2 months.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Itching that appears for a certain period of time accompanied by bumps in the child can be caused by the following possibilities:
Cold urticaria, which is a condition of excessive skin reaction to cold environmental temperatures and is characterized by reddish patches and itchy lesions Allergy to food, dust or other substances. If your child has an allergy to a certain substance, every time he is exposed to that material, an allergic reaction will appear in the form of itchy spots and will go away by itself when the material is gone. Insects such as mosquitoes, mites, or other small animals can appear at night and bite your child without realizing it, causing the same symptoms, each time they are bitten.
Although the information we get is not sufficient to confirm your child's condition, overall it should not be dangerous. Even so, you should still get your child checked by a dermatologist to get proper examination and treatment because this itchy condition must be very disturbing to your child.
Meanwhile, you can apply a cold compress to the itchy area, but if the cold makes it itchy, stop immediately. Change to an over-the-counter calamine powder or lotion by reading the instructions for use. Also, try to get your child to wear clothes that are loose and absorb sweat, and it would be better if you take a photo of the bumps that appear to show the dermatologist just in case the bumps have disappeared during the examination. We wish your child a speedy recovery.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa