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What Causes Your Skin To Rise Following A Mosquito Bite
There are many: Possible causes for this. With info available - can't provide a helpful response.
Difficult to tell: There are so many possibilities as to why you could be developing these bumps, which could include an allergic rash ("contact dermatitis"), dry skin, infection, drug reaction, etc. The only way to find the true cause is to have your skin examined by a doctor, and they can find the proper diagnosis and treatment for you. Best wishes.
What can cause a 1 year old child to develop alergies and rashes on its skin from mosquito bites? Does any skin cream help?
Mosquito bites: That's what mosquito's do - cause those huge local reactions, and in a rare person, even more widespread reactions. If I get a mosquito bite on my leg, it will often swell to the size of a small cup saucer. It's due to histamine release locally. Sometimes cool compresses to the area are helpful, but for such a large reaction, topical anti-itch meds probably won't do much. Could try oral benadryl, (diphenhydramine).See 1 more doctor answer
Skin eruptions causes redness after itching, usually after dinner, subsides in 30min, looks like multiple mosquito bites, frequent when constipative?
Urticaria: This sounds like an allergic process- urticaria, where you can have hives after some stimulus. It's possibly triggered by something u eat or are exposed to. Sometimes no actual cause can be found -but it would be a very good idea to see an allergist who can help you. A good doctor might also question u to see EXACTLY what might be causing this. Keep a diary of symptoms to find a relationship.
Can dial antibacterial soap cause skin itching sometimes? I always think it speeds up healing on chigger and mosquito bites seems to work
You, can be allergic: Antibacterial soap like all soaps can elicit allergic reactions in some people. This results in rash &/or itching &/or swelling. Interestingly soaps are not required to list every single ingredient, as is the case with foods, so ingredients change periodically, and allergies can emerge. All antibiotic agents speed up healing because bacterial inhibit healing.See 2 more doctor answers
Wife has got bad skin allergy since yesterday. Large red spots (as huge mosquito bites). Avil inj helped last night. Why so? Possible causes?
Hives: Cause food allergy- seafood, chocolate, peanuts, strawberries. Other causes medications either prescription or o/c. Could also be reqction to infection. Suppress with antihistamines and look for cause. If extensive and persistent see dermatologist or allergist for workup.See 1 more doctor answer
A few days usually: Occasionally, people will have a delayed-type hypersensitivity reaction to mosquito bites. I am one of those people. The initial redness (relatively mild) lasts a day or two, followed by persistent redness and itching that goes on for a week or more. Hydrocortisone cream is your friend under these circumstances.
Allergy to meds: You can be allergic to topical agents for itching.
What ever happen to my skin there will be a brown mark after that even a mosquito bite there is a Brown Mark, what is wrong with me? What should I do?
Hyperpigmentation: Consider dermatological evaluation.Get a more detailed answer ›
Usually not: Usually not; this is more commonly see with fire ant bites. However, if local bacterial infection results from the mosquito bite, then yes, a whitehead can form. As long as it's confined to a small area, does not seem to go deep, and there is no fever, it is reasonable to do warm water soaks, soap and water washes, and maybe a little antibiotic ointment. And worse i'd see the doc.
Mosquito bites: An over-the-counter 1% Hydrocortisone cream can help relieve itching.
When you actually pop a mosquito bite, and what comes out is clear, is that venom from the bite or just the oils on the skin?
Neither one: First, you should never "pop" a mosquito bite. All that will do is prolong the inflammation, itching and pain, and delay healing. Second, mosquitoes have no venom. Third, if popped, any fluid that comes out is the body's own natural fluids that have accumulated at the bite as part of the immune system's response to it. That is, neither venom nor skin oils.
When I itch a mosquito bite the top layer of skin comes off. Left with a scanned patch of skin. Not itching hard. Why is that.
Sounds normal.: I don't know what you mean by a "scanned patch" of skin, but the skin over a bite does tend to slough off as the area heals. It is nothing to be concerned about.
I poped a mosquito bite, and my skin began to have small bubbles, (the size of the mosquito bite) that are rough. What should I do?
See below: If the area is becoming more red, warm, swollen and painful, get seen for evaluation as the area may be infected and need oral antibiotics.See 1 more doctor answer
My little sister gets these bumps that go away quickly and look like mosquito bites, they are they same color as her skin, and they don't itch?
It is: Possible she may have allergic reaction or sensitive to something. It could also be stress related rashes from anxiety, emotions etc. If concerned, consult with your physician to get more detailed history, physical exam and possibly some lab tests or referral to an allergist if with respiratory symptoms.See 1 more doctor answer
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