The Cause Of A Rash On The Elbow That Never Goes Away?
I want to ask. I was allergic to chickens and then I had taken the medicine and used ointment … I stopped eating chicken or eggs, but there was still a lump on my elbow and it appeared around my elbows, about 7 months gone missing … What is that disease? ??
Hello Angel, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Rashes on the elbows do not necessarily occur due to food allergies. In addition to allergies, it may occur due to atopic eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis herpetiformis, or due to repeated friction / pressure. Other causes include infection, such as fungi or bacteria.
Allergy is a reaction of the body to something that is considered dangerous. Allergic symptoms can vary, from mild ones such as itching and redness of the skin, to shortness of breath and cardiac arrest. Allergies are caused by allergens, which are certain substances that cause allergies. Allergens can be different for each person. Foods that most often cause allergies include milk, eggs, fish, shellfish (clams, crabs, shrimp, etc.), peanuts, tree nuts (walnuts, almonds, pecans), wheat and soybeans.
To find out the exact cause, it is necessary to check directly to the doctor. Often the treatment requires a long time. You should consult a doctor or directly to a dermatologist to determine the cause. The doctor will see the lump or rash and then determine the appropriate treatment. If necessary, your doctor will do a skin test / skin test to find out the exact cause of the allergy so you can avoid it.
Hopefully this is useful,