Allergy to mosquito bites may not occuronly in young children, who are not yet immune, but also in adults. This reaction is caused by the substance that the insect releases through the proboscis at the moment of bite. What is it allocated for? To ensure that the human blood does not curl up very quickly, and the mosquito can fully satisfy its appetite. Allergy after a mosquito bite is a familiar clinical picture - for quite healthy people it is only redness of the skin and a slight itch, but for allergic people this can cause completely different reactions.
Percentage of adults who havethe allergic reaction is not great, but the suffering that it causes to be called insignificant is simply impossible. Approximate symptoms that occur when there is an allergy to mosquito bites: redness and itching, hives, swelling, nausea, fever and blood pressure and even choking. If you have at least a few of these symptoms, take immediate action. For those people who know that they have such a reaction, it is necessary, with extreme caution and fully armed in the warm season, to go for evening walks and rest on nature.
Allergy to mosquito bites in children is manifestedmuch faster and brighter. If the adult organism is able to fight on its own and with the passage of time even acquire immunity, then the unadapted organism of the child reacts quite differently. Within a couple of hours, there may be swelling around the bite site, drowsiness, apathy, loss of appetite, redness and serious itching, which the child is simply unable to combat. In the case of combing the wound, he can bring the infection there, and the situation will be aggravated several times. Therefore, with the first symptoms, consult a doctor immediately. The allergy to mosquito bites, the photos of which are presented, should be diagnosed by a professional, and taking medication without a preliminary examination is extremely imprudent. In case of confirmation of the diagnosis, do not forget to always have with you the necessary drugs that should repel mosquitoes, as well as those that should be taken in the first few hours after the bite, if you could not be saved.
Self-management in this case is notoption, but with light manifestations of the body's reaction to insect bites, first aid can be provided that will not bring any harm unequivocally. With reddening of the wound and the appearance of intolerable itching, treat the bite site with such ointments as, for example, "Rescuer", "Fenistil-gel" and others. There are also preventive measures, which should be carried out a few months before the season. Consult your doctor and he will prescribe the medications you need. Most often used "Tavegil", "Suprastin" or "Diazolin", which greatly alleviate the symptoms of an allergic reaction in the summer. It is necessary to have with itself always those drugs that can save from manifestations of anaphylaxis, adrenaline or epinephrine.
Allergy to mosquito bites is veryan unpleasant phenomenon that can spoil not just rest in the warm season, but also all life. However, with a competent approach and observance of all prescriptions of the doctor, negative consequences can easily be avoided, and later completely eliminate them. Be healthy!