Before explaining the details of papular urticaria
treatment, let us understand how it is caused. Papular urticaria is
an allergic reaction caused by different insect bites, visible by crops
of small papules on the affected area of the skin.
As it occurs due to insect bites, before actual papular
urticaria treatment, you should use insect repellents outside and
flea and tick control on indoor pets.
You can use mild systemic antihistamines and topical steroids if you
experience itching. If the condition aggravates, you can also use
systemic corticosteroids on a short-term basis. Corticosteroids can be
useful in extreme conditions, as they modify the body's immune response
to diverse stimuli and cause profound and varied metabolic effects.
Herbal treatments have been successfully used for many years and are
still popular, as they have no side effects.
Papular urticaria is a
hypersensitivity reaction to insect bites. It is evident by the
presence of small papules or wheals on the affected area of the skin.
It may become infected because of rubbing and excoriation. If you
experience this problem, touching it unnecessarily is the last thing
you should do. As it is usually found in children, parents need
to be vigilant and keep children from touching or scratching it.
If your papular urticaria
persists longer than six weeks, then you may have chronic papular
urticaria. Although it happens in only a few cases, it can be extremely
annoying because of the constant itching and burning. In this case, you
will want to consult a doctor for professional treatment.
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