What Are The Characteristics Of The Disease?
I want to ask .. Why my hair falls out and my cheeks swell and my eyes itch .. That’s the characteristic of what disease … nTrims.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Hair loss, swollen cheeks and itchy eyes can occur due to several different conditions. Particularly in hair loss, first by definition, hair loss which is a disease is the loss of more than 100-150 hairs per day. For this reason, it could be due to hormonal changes, inadequate nutritional intake, hair that is too often exposed to chemicals such as dyeing, applying gel or other chemicals, tying hair too tightly, psychological stress such as stress, and certain skin diseases such as fungal infections of the head.
Meanwhile, swollen cheeks and itchy eyes can occur due to the same thing, namely angioedema or allergies, either by food, dust, animal hair, insect bites, plant poisons, drugs and so on.
It is these various reasons that make us strongly recommend that you check your condition with a general practitioner first to be able to sort out whether it is true that the three complaints are a continuous disease or a separate condition. Your doctor will dig up your history by asking a few questions about your daily habits, doing a brief physical examination and support to determine trends. Later, the combination of the results of these various examinations will be concluded to form a treatment plan for you.
Meanwhile, you can try cold compresses for the swollen area, avoid scratching the itchy eyes, ensure the cleanliness of the home environment, and you can try taking over-the-counter drugs that contain antihistamines first by reading the instructions listed. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa