Itchy rash glandular fever

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Sometimes I get a slight itchy rash on my neck after the episode; sometimes I end up with a headache. This has been going on for a couple of months with some regularity. Otherwise I feel healthy. No diarrhea, vomiting, or nausea--but a general loss of appetite. I'm a 59 year old woman.
The most likely triggers for acute urticaria are allergies to pets, horses, latex and foods, such as shellfish and nuts,bee or wasp stings, allergies to medicines, Viral infections, such as glandular fever and herpes, dental and sinus infections, fungal infections, blood transfusions and vaccines. Take some antihistaminics like Benadryl and apply the steroid cream. You can also apply calamine lotion as it helps in soothing the skin.
Hello, The most likely triggers for acute urticaria are allergies to pets, horses, latex and foods, such as shellfish and nuts,bee or wasp stings,allergies to medicines,Viral infections, such as glandular fever and herpes, dental and sinus infections, fungal infections, blood transfusions and vaccines. But sometimes hives can be idiopathic also. Avoid using any lotions and creams for the meantime. Use a mild cleanser with moisturizing properties like Cetaphil.
I went to doc and she told me u have glandular fever bt I ain't like very sick. I went to another doc and he told me u don't haw glandular fever. The rash ll go an headache has nothing to do with fever . I think when I saw the rash I thought a lot about it that's y I got heavyheadness or vomiting feeling or I don't what the reason behind it ?
I went to the doctor, he said I have Weil's, but I don't have a high fever, severe headache, chills, muscle aches, and vomiting, jaundice, red eyes, abdominal pain, or diarrhea (thank you Wikipedia), but I do have this REALLY REALLY annoying itchy rash. He gave me a shot, which made it go away for the evening (I then went home and slept for 10 hours...), two types of pills, and a lotion to apply.
The most likely triggers for acute urticaria are allergies to pets, horses, latex and foods, such as shellfish and nuts,bee or wasp stings, allergies to medicines,Viral infections, such as glandular fever and herpes, dental and sinus infections, fungal infections, blood transfusions and vaccines. The cause of chronic urticaria is often more difficult to identify.
Its very itchy and sometimes painful, causing a headache. I've noticed a slight fever as well. It went on for a month, getting the rash every day and it disappearing after sleep. Recently it went away for a week and a half, but it happened again today. My lips were tingling then the rash started around my forehead and beard, spread to my neck and down my spine.
I recently went to my GP with terrible sore throat and swollen glands. My GP suspected I had Glandular fever and bacterial infection in throat. She prescribed me with Amoxicillan. About a week after completing the 5day course, I broke out in a hideous red rash all over my body. It is itchy as well. I went back to the GP who then did a further blood test and nasal/throat swabs. The result came back that I actually had Influenza and NOT Glandular fever!!!
The most likely triggers for acute urticaria are allergies to pets, horses, latex and foods, such as shellfish and nuts,bee or wasp stings,allergies to medicines,Viral infections, such as glandular fever and herpes, dental and sinus infections, fungal infections, blood transfusions and vaccines. Check out for any contact with these. The mainstay of treatment of hives is antihistamine which may be necessary for prolonged periods (in excess of 6 weeks).
The most likely triggers for acute urticaria are allergies to pets, horses, latex and foods, such as shellfish and nuts,bee or wasp stings,allergies to medicines,Viral infections, such as glandular fever and herpes, dental and sinus infections, fungal infections, blood transfusions and vaccines. The cause of chronic urticaria is often more difficult to identify.
I have been told it's because it was a drug induced rash and therefore no cream will help anyways. I would much rather still have strep throat than to have to live with this most itchy rash I have ever encountered. If there is anyone that knows how I can get rid of this horrible rash, please let me know!
The most likely triggers for acute urticaria are allergies to pets, horses, latex and foods, such as shellfish and nuts,bee or wasp stings, allergies to medicines, Viral infections, such as glandular fever and herpes, dental and sinus infections, fungal infections, blood transfusions and vaccines. Take some antihistaminics like Benadryl and apply the steroid cream. You can also apply calamine lotion as it helps in soothing the skin.
The most likely triggers for acute urticaria are allergies to pets, horses, latex and foods, such as shellfish and nuts,bee or wasp stings,allergies to medicines,Viral infections, such as glandular fever and herpes, dental and sinus infections, fungal infections, blood transfusions and vaccines. In your case the bee sting can be responsible for these hives. The mainstay of treatment of hives is antihistamine which may be necessary for prolonged periods (in excess of 6 weeks).
The most likely triggers for acute urticaria are allergies to pets, horses, latex and foods, such as shellfish and nuts, bee or wasp stings, allergies to medicines, Viral infections, such as glandular fever and herpes, dental and sinus infections, fungal infections, blood transfusions and vaccines. The cause of chronic urticaria is often more difficult to identify.
The most likely triggers for acute urticaria are allergies to pets, horses, latex and foods, such as shellfish and nuts,bee or wasp stings,allergies to medicines,Viral infections, such as glandular fever and herpes, dental and sinus infections, fungal infections, blood transfusions and vaccines. The cause of chronic urticaria is often more difficult to identify.
here i go....so for the last 6 months i have had itchy eyelids...my eye doctor told me it was due to mild allergies and prescribed eye drops which didnt help in the least so i turned to over the counter allergy medicine which hasn't helped either (so i dont think it's allergies) and in the last 3 weeks not only are my eyelids itchy but when i wake up in the morning my upper eye lids are bright red and swelled up so bad that its embarassing!!!!
Althought a few months ago I had glandular fever/mono.. so I don't know if it is a relapse?? -a slight sore throat (again could be linked to glandular fever) I also don't know if the stress of worrying about this could be making me relapse glandular fever??
Had bloodtests done. Blood count okay. Liver and kidney functions Okay And no glandular fever. I am getting a skin biopsy next week But just wondered if anyone here could help? And I'm not on any medication except microgynom and ceterizene.
The most likely triggers for acute urticaria are allergies to pets, horses, latex and foods, such as shellfish and nuts,bee or wasp stings,allergies to medicines,Viral infections, such as glandular fever and herpes, dental and sinus infections, fungal infections, blood transfusions and vaccines. The cause of chronic urticaria is often more difficult to identify.
Dizziness, muscle weakness (can't walk at times), drugged/fever feeling, discomfort into my chest and throbbing pain under armpits/groins main symptoms. Also itchy skin but no skin rash. Temperature over last three weeks around 37 - 37.5 degree celcius. Doctors at a loss... but something is really stressing my body and immobilising me. They checked for glandular fever and the most common things.... all negative. I feel something has infected my body.
The most likely triggers for acute urticaria are allergies to pets, horses, latex and foods, such as shellfish and nuts,bee or wasp stings, allergies to medicines, Viral infections, such as glandular fever and herpes, dental and sinus infections, fungal infections, blood transfusions and vaccines. Take some antihistaminics like Benadryl and apply the steroid cream. You can also apply calamine lotion as it helps in soothing the skin.
I also experienced night sweats. About 2 days into the fever i got a rash on my elbows, which proceeded to spread up the back of my arms, and I had a few little spots of it on my chest and stomach. The rash was flat, none itchy and blotchy and was symettrical (the same on both sides of my body). The rash stayed for about a week and a half, and then started to fade slowly for another week or so. The fever lasted about a week in all and the night sweats stopped after bout a week and a half.
Went to out of hours dr following day who gave me 10 days penicillin V and told me to get blood test for glandular fever which I did 3 days ago and am awaiting results. However 2 days ago I started getting small blisterlike sores on soft palate and tonsils which are difficult to see but can be felt with tongue and are patchy red and feel like burning and make it difficult to swallow. I also have an ulcer on my right tonsil which looks exactly like a normal mouth ulcer.
Hello, The most likely triggers for acute urticaria/hives are allergies to pets, horses, latex and foods,bee or wasp stings, allergies to medicines, Viral infections, such as glandular fever and herpes, dental and sinus infections, fungal infections, blood transfusions and vaccines. Food allergies can cause hives for which I would suggest an allergist’s opinion. Allergy tests and food challenge tests are required to confirm the diagnosis. I hope it helps. Take care and regards.
I also started to feel better, and my appetite has been slowly getting closer to normal, but my sore throat has not gotten better, and today and yesterday an itchy rash has appeared a couple of times on my stomach, both times disappearing after a couple of hours, What could possibly be going on? I've read that a sore throat rarely lasts two weeks!
Dr following day gave me 10 days penicillin V and told me to get tested for glandular fever which I did and am awaiting results. However 5 days ago I started getting small blisterlike sores on soft palate and tonsils which are difficult to see but can be felt with tongue and are patchy red and feel like burning and make it painful to swallow. I also have an ulcer on my right tonsil which looks like a normal mouth ulcer.
The next day I was extremely tired and cold, i left from work and came home and took my temp. it was 102.7 I took some motrin and it went down. No rash only a fever and a little light headache, I had a stiff neck only in the morning, probably because I was in bed for a few days and had my pillows kind of high up. I went to the doctor Monday on the 28th of December because my fever would go up and down. Never went over 102.7.
The most likely triggers for acute urticaria are allergies to pets, horses, latex and foods, such as shellfish and nuts, bee or wasp stings, allergies to medicines, Viral infections, such as glandular fever and herpes, dental and sinus infections, fungal infections, blood transfusions and vaccines. The cause of chronic urticaria is often more difficult to identify.
Pityriasis rosea is a common human skin disease which presents as numerous patches of pink or red oval rash. The rash may be accompanied by low-grade headache, fever, nausea and fatigue and itching. Topical and oral steroids are needed. Water, sweat, and soap may cause irritation and should be avoided in the disease. Topical zinc oxide and calamine lotion are useful for pruritus.
and i feel itchy all over, feeling like im gonna breakout in a rash....the rash on my face is still there...and it is not itchy at all....also my eye still is blurry, and i've developed 2 tiny cysts on my left eyelid...isnt that weird? a month ago, i also had a cyst on my other eyelid....after a week, it disappeared... also...my lower abdomen area on each side of my torso is painful....it feels like something internal is wrong... i've been to a doctor and they barely examine me...im in london.
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