Congratulations mlm …. please help me with information about my illness, urticaria, I have experienced this for ten years. And now, because I have BPJS … my mangka is treated at the clinic. And I was given a drug with the following name ……. = 1 loradine2 methylprednisolo That was the first treatment X ..! After 3 months later … recurrence again And given a drug 1 ctm2 dexametason3 salbutamol … please explain an esteemed doctor … I guess besides the drug I mentioned earlier is there any effective medicine thank you for your attention …
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Urticaria is usually characterized by bumps or swelling on the skin that feels itchy, until hot. This condition can arise due to various factors, including due to excessive skin pressure, increased production of sweat, insect bites, allergies, infections, immune disorders, physical or psychological stress, hormonal fluctuations, side effects of drugs, and so on. In some conditions, urticaria can also occur together with other complaints. For example, if urticaria occurs due to an allergic reaction, then sufferers often experience shortness of breath, wheezing, even more severe conditions, such as shock (shock).
Depending on the cause and severity, urticaria can have different treatments, including one with medication. Therefore, it needs to be clarified first, according to the doctor, what is the cause of your complaint? Besides urticaria, are there any other complaints that you have experienced?
The medicines you mentioned can have a variety of functions, such as relieving itching, relieving allergies, minimizing inflammation, and also relieving breathing. Without checking you directly, of course it is not our authority to judge whether or not the treatment that the doctor has provided, and is there any other treatment that is more effective for you. However, with his competence and experience, the doctor who examines you directly certainly knows more about the right treatment to deal with your complaints.
We recommend that you take medication as advised by your doctor, while balancing it with the following steps:
Do not scratch excessively itchy skin Bathe diligently and clean Get to know the originator of your urticaria, then avoid as much as possible Do not use tight clothes and made from heat Do not stress or excessive physical activity Regular sleep Do not carelessly take medication On the itchy skin, you can apply lotion calamine so that it feels more comfortable If it still does not improve, check yourself again to the doctor or dermatologist.