Angioedema, sometimes misspelled angiodema, is a deadly skin disease that does not disfigure your face, but it can also cause immense pain, cramping in the abdomen, and in severe cases, it can be fatal. There is not much awareness about this disease; therefore, people do not know how to cope with the unwanted situation. However, this article provides valuable information regarding appropriate treatment.

Treating angiodema is pretty thorny yet not impossible. Prevention is better than cure, if you are prone to it, avoid the triggers and causes. If you are already a victim, certain drugs e.g. antihistamines, cinnarazine and some therapies e.g. Chinese acupuncture can used to get rid of this bizarre ailment.

Hereditary Angiodema

If you have a legacy of angioedema in your family, you need a proper hereditary angioedema treatment. In some cases the individuals do not have obvious symptoms however it is quite possible that symptoms may appear at the later stage of life.

Hereditary angiodema is the more troublesome as compare to its counterpart; acquired angiodema. The reason is that unlike acquired angiodema, it does not respond well to the treatment. It is caused by the deficiency of C1 inhibitors (C1 INH). The main purpose of C1 inhibitors is to control the clotting of blood in the humans. Individuals with a history of angioedema in their family, must be extra careful and try to avoid the allergens, offending stimuli and drugs that can cause your angioedema.

The major symptoms of hereditary angioedema besides swelling are: abdominal pain without any obvious cause, vomiting and cramping in the belly. Some individuals may also experience the eruption of urticaria (hives) with the outbreak of angiodema.

Urticaria Angiodema

Urticaria angiodema can outbreak simultaneously, causing a great nuisance for the patient. Urticaria is on the upper layers of the skin and is characterized by itchy wheals whereas angiodema is deep inside the skin characterized by the non-itchy swelling

Idiopathic Angiodema

As apparent from its name Idiopathic angiodema is angiodema without any known cause. Treating such type of angiodema needs an expert and professional doctor who should diagnose it with proper blood and urine tests.


P.S. (from Dr. Gary M. Levin, M.D. & Surgeon)
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