The Cause Of Chronic Allergies?
In my left hand, I have an allergy like that, but it’s strange that I haven’t lost it for 2 years, the shape is like a root and it keeps getting sore (not strong) and if I scratch it it gets addictive, if it feels like it feels like blisters like that. r nThank you
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The appearance of lesions on the skin that feels unbearably itchy can indeed be caused by an allergic reaction (hypersensitivity). This condition can be triggered by contact, whether inhaled, ingested, touched, or otherwise with an allergen. This reaction occurs because the body perceives the allergen as something that is harmful to the body, when in fact it is not. As a result, the body releases chemical mediators that play a role in mediating itching and other inflammatory symptoms. The allergens referred to here can vary greatly from person to person, but some of the most common are dust mites, cold, dry air, seafood, eggs, and so on.
In general, mild allergic reactions will subside once the allergen triggers are removed. So rarely lasts for years as you do.
Given that your complaint has been going on for a very long time, it is necessary to think about other possible causes, for example skin infections (for example due to bacteria, mites, viruses, fungi), neurodermatitis (chronic skin inflammation triggered by psychological pressure), insect bites, drug side effects , atopic dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, xerosis, psoriasis, and so on. You try to check yourself directly to a dermatologist so that it can be further evaluated for possible causes. If it is purely due to allergies, your complaints should be improved by administering anti-allergy drugs, and several other types of drugs.
In the meantime, our advice is not to scratch the itchy skin excessively, especially using sharp and dirty nails. Always shower regularly, dry yourself well, and wear clean, cool clothing. Avoid excessive stress and anxiety, as well as avoid contact with substances that have the potential to trigger allergies (as mentioned above). Finally, you can apply calamine lotion on the itchy skin to make it feel more comfortable.
Hope this helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah