The Lines On The Thighs And Legs Due To Menstruation?
Good evening dokI want to ask why there are like lines on my thighs and legs ,, this happened when I came in my period, scratching my thighs and legs. And until now these lines are still there. how to resolve it? Thank you
Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints of itching and red rashes with scratching lines that you experience during menstruation may be triggered by hormonal factors where during menstruation, female hormonal fluctuations, where progesterone will increase and estrogen will decrease. Increase in the level of progesterone in a woman's body during menstruation can trigger comorbid complaints other than menstruation itself. Some female patients during menstruation, reportedly feel complaints that may not be found in other female patients during menstruation, this condition is also called autoimmune progesterone dermatitis (Apd) or an inflammation of the skin that is triggered by the body's response to rising levels of progesterone. These complaints will usually improve after the menstrual period is over or when it is sacred, or get left 10 days after the start of menstruation. Patients with APD can feel itchy complaints on their body parts and can occur in any part of the body, in the form of eczema, itching, angioedema / inflammation of the blood vessels, until an anaphylactic / shock reaction occurs. Several other cases of asthma were also reported. The presence of reddish lines along with your scratching is also called urticaria dermatographism that is triggered by PPE. Patients with urticaria dermatographism are very typical complaints. Complaints of itching or urtica can arise due to scratches, contact with certain materials, or because of certain chemicals, thus giving a picture of redness, itching, and signs of inflammation and elevation of the skin surface in accordance with something in contact with the skin. Therefore, during menstruation, or before menstruation, you should avoid scratching and habits that are at risk of causing hives or urtica or itching on your skin. However, all of this needs to be addressed directly by your obstetrician or dermatologist. Without an examination by a doctor, none of this can be confirmed. Visit your obstetrician or your skin doctor, so that the doctor can conduct an interview, have a physical examination, and if necessary, the doctor can plan a supporting examination, such as a blood or ultrasound examination. The results of the examination will be the treatment and treatment for you. In addition, several other things you can also try to prevent these complaints bother you, Take care of your stamina and health 3-7 days before menstruation and during menstruation by: 1. Avoid sleeping late at night 2. Avoid physical fatigue 3. Avoid stress 4. Inadequate healthy nutritional needs 5. Inadequate water 6. Reduce or limit instant food 7. Do light and regular exercise 8. Get your weight down 9. Avoid scratching directly with your fingers, but you can scratch with a tissue or cotton as a protector, or you can give a warm compress. That's the info we can convey. thanks.