It's been a week. It doesn't itch during the day. It can't sleep at night. It's on your legs, waist and buttocks. You've had acute urticaria before. It's different from this time. You've been taking loratadine for 5 days, but it starts again at 9.10 p.m. what's going on?
According to the clinical manifestations of skin rash with pruritus in local skin tissues of the body, it should be the state reaction of allergic infection and contact dermatitis, and further carry out combined treatment through anti allergy, enhancing body immunity and other drugs to promote tissue recovery.
Hello, this situation is still due to eczema or urticaria caused by allergy. It is recommended to take more exercise to improve immunity. You can take loratadine orally for a period of time. If necessary, you can go to a regular hospital to check the allergen and stay away from it. You can also apply calamine lotion or hydrocortisone butyrate ointment.
Hello, this disease is generally caused by allergic dermatitis, which is related to allergic constitution. It is mainly characterized by skin pruritus. Pay attention to avoid contact with allergic substances. Don't eat food that is easy to be allergic. You can take cetirizine tablets orally to avoid scratching.