Weather Allergy / Hives?
Hello wr wb.Gini, since I went to Bandung and happened to be cold while the place of origin in East Java is rather hot. A few months in my body there was an itchy red bump every time before going to bed and when I returned home it turned out that the itching continued before going to sleep. Now the itching also occurs when I am on holiday in Jogja with hot weather and I sweat a lot but after I was on the ac bus then the fading fades, but when I go home and turn on the fan the bumps come again. How do I deal with it because it is very disruptive to the activity and I used to have no problems with allergies and even always use a fan and do not mind the cold. Thank you. Thank you wr wb
Hello Nurul, Thank you for the question.
Complaints in the form of red rashes on the skin that you experience can be caused by hives. Hives are itchy (sometimes painful) skin rashes that can occur on any part of the body. In general, biduran is caused by an allergic reaction. Some triggers of biduran are foods high in protein, pollen, dust, mites, animal hair, insect bites, drugs (such as antibiotics or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs), changes in environmental temperature, exposure to sunlight. In addition to biduran, complaints of itchy red rashes can also be caused by other conditions such as prickly heat, eczema, fungal infections, scabies, and others.
Have you consulted with a doctor further to determine the cause? If you experience these symptoms, you can immediately consult a doctor or you can take photos of this skin rash so that when you check yourself the doctor can find out the appearance of your skin rash. Knowing the appearance of this skin rash is one of the important things to ascertain what is natural. The best step you can take is to consult with your doctor further to determine the cause. Your doctor may also recommend an allergy test to find out what causes an allergic reaction to you. The doctor will provide treatment according to your condition. If it is caused by hives due to weather changes (or because of something else), then what you can do is to avoid the cause as much as possible because an allergic reaction cannot be cured. Existing treatment aims to control the symptoms that you experience. You are also advised not to scratch the itchy rash. You can use salicyl powder or calamine lotion or apply cold compresses on itchy skin. Do not forget to always maintain the cleanliness of your bedroom and bed regularly.
Hopefully this information helps you.