Skin Allergy Specialist – Treat Different Types of Skin Allergiesby Asthma Allergy Care Asthma Allergy Care
Skin conditions are one of the most common forms of allergy treated and managed by an allergist/immunologist, a physician with specialized training and expertise to well diagnose your condition and provide great relief for your symptoms. But you probably don’t need a doctor if you know your rash is linked to a specific thing which you can avoid. You will be happy to know that the mild reaction can clear up on its own.
Treating Skin Contact Allergies
Symptoms of an infection include swelling or redness, heat, plus, tender, crusty skin and more. When it comes to treating your allergies, it all depends on how you handle your condition. You need to avoid the things that can be the reason of your symptoms.
Sometimes, your doctor ask you to use cold compresses, calamine lotion or an oatmeal bath to soothe skin and relieve itchiness.
Generally, irritated skin can be caused by a variety of factors and these include immune system disorders, medications and infections. When an allergen is responsible for triggering an immune system response then it is called an allergic skin condition.
A skin allergy specialist treat all sorts of skin allergies and those include:
Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema) –This is the most common skin condition that especially takes place in children. It dry out the skin of our baby and ultimately become prone to irritation and inflammation because of many environmental factors.
People with eczema have a food sensitivity and in certain cases they need to remain alert. In most of the patients with severe atopic dermatitis, the disease occurs because of inheritance of a faulty gene in their skin called filaggrin. Eczema is often linked with asthma, allergic rhinitis or food allergy.
This kind of skin problem is triggered when the immune system releases histamine. This ensure small blood vessels which often lead to cause swelling in the skin. Usually people come across with two kinds of urticaria, acute and chronic. Acute urticaria occurs after eating and it can triggered by non-allergic causes such as heat or exercise. Chronic rarely cause allergy but can last for many months or years. However, they are often painful.
This kind of allergy create swelling in the deep layers of the skin. Many times,Angioedema occurs in soft tissues such as the eyelids, mouth or genitals. It is commonly caused by an allergic reaction to medications or foods. It does not have an identifiable cause.
Hereditary Angiodema (HAE)
This is rare but serious genetic condition involving swelling in various parts of the body including face, hands, feet, intestinal wall and airways. Since it does not cure itself, it’s vital to go to see a specialist.
Make sure to consult a skin allergy specialist doctor who can help you to figure out the cause and recommend prescriptions to treat certain allergies and provide relief for your symptoms.
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