The Cause Of Body Bumps To The Face?
Good afternoon .., consultation, my body is bent when cold, I continue to buy the drug citirisin he said it is a cure for cold allergy, yes, it can disappear, after 2 days of recurrence, the only worse is what is usually in the body now faces are bumps it feels like a big ant bites when you hold it and push it even bigger, I have taken the medicine again in the morning I still have 3-5 days, can it be caused by dirty blood / cholesterol / cold allergy please consult .. thank you..
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The bumps that appear especially when exposed to cold temperatures are most likely indeed caused by cold allergies. This allergy arises because the body mistakenly considers the entry of allergens into the body (in this case cold) as a dangerous thing, when in fact it is not. As a result, the body will be stimulated to produce chemical mediators, especially histamine, which mediate the appearance of bumps, swelling, itching, redness, and even other more severe complaints, such as tightness, vomiting, dizziness, palpitations, rapid and weak pulse, and so on. Typically, bumps due to cold allergies will continue to recur every time you are exposed to cold temperatures.
In addition to cold allergies, you may also experience bumps due to other factors, for example other substance allergies, insect bite marks, skin infections or other organ systems, excessive skin pressure, physical or psychological stress, hormonal fluctuations, immune disorders, drug side effects, liver disorders, thyroid gland disorders, and so on. However, if your complaint arises due to causes other than a cold allergy, then the complaint should not only appear when you are exposed to cold air, but also in several other conditions.
To be clear, you better check your condition directly to a doctor or a specialist skin and genitals. Allergy tests, blood tests, and so on, your doctor may recommend you to be able to distinguish whether your complaint is due to a cold allergy or not. That way, any handling can be given on target.
What you should do now:
Avoid yourself from exposure to cold air, for example by wearing warm clothes, applying warm oil on the body, limit out of the house when the air is cold, drink plenty of warm water, eat warm food too, take a warm bath.
When a bump appears, do not press or scratch excessively
Avoid wearing clothes that are too tight, especially if made from rough
Expand relaxation, meditation, don't think too much
Drink more water
Stay away from foods that might make you allergic
Always maintain personal hygiene and the environment in which you live
Do not carelessly take medicine without doctor's advice
Hope this helps ...