Treatment For Biduran Every Day?
I want to ask, from the time I gave birth and my baby was 2 months old (August 2018) I was affected by biduran everyday until now (August 2019). Last month (July 2019) I was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism by a doctor because of a drastic weight loss. I read that biduran is also affected by thyroid. But when I asked the doctor directly, he said there was no influence from his hyperthyroidism and suggested I consult a dermatologist. What I want to ask, is it true that my hives aren’t affected by hyperthyroidism? I work shifts, still nursing my child 14 months and still taking hyperthyroid medication (taking medicine for a year), is there no cure? Because it is very annoying every day biduran, morning / afternoon / evening / hot / cold biduran continues
Good evening Mrs. Khodi. Thank you for consulting HealthReplies.com.
Hives are one of the skin reactions associated with allergic conditions or hypersensitivity, which occurs because the body's immune cells fight our own cells. In some hypertensive conditions there are those that occur due to an autoimmune condition where the body cells produce immune cells that attack the body itself such as Graves disease, Hashimoto disease.
With the similar course of the disease which is related to the autoimmune process, in some hyperthyroid conditions that occur due to the autoimmune process can be accompanied by symptoms in the skin area in the form of biduran (urticaria). Symptoms that appear are skin rashes that look like islands with reddish color with a pale appearance when pressed.
To reduce the symptoms of several things that can be done is
- Reducing allergen exposure, which is a substance that has an allergic effect
- Using powder that can reduce itching like salicyl powder
- Using drugs for allergies from the class of antihistamines should consult the doctor about the dosage and method of use
- Keep skin clean
- Take hyperthyroidism regularly according to indications
That's the thing we can say. May be useful. Thank you