Itchy Fingertips When Exposed To Ice

I'm a male, over 40 years old, doing office work. Recently I have the expression: Every time I hit a stone (iced stone to drink coffee, drink water), I got itchy fingers; sometimes holding a long cold iced coffee, I also itchy my fingers like that .... I didn't have one before. Why am I like that, allergic or worm infested? Looking forward to consulting your doctor. (tantai @

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Itchy Fingertips When Exposed To Ice

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You may have one of the following: Cold urticaria - this is a physical form of urticaria.
At this time the patient is itchy and rash, can localize the area holding ice (contact with cold objects), or the whole body (exposed to cold weather); Epidemics, or manifestations of Raynaud's syndrome - when cold, blood vessels contract, causing peripheral circulatory insufficiency.
The skin on the affected area will be white, then reddish purple, possibly with pruritus or severe limb pain. In more severe cases can cause ulcers, necrosis.
care of hands

The affected areas are usually those exposed to cold temperatures and away from the heart such as fingers, toes, ears, nose; People who have peripheral vascular disease, suffer from a number of diseases such as lupus erythematosus, scleroderma, cryoglobuline, smoking, people working in animal husbandry, fishing, boating .

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Itchy Fingertips When Exposed To Ice

will have a lot of risk for the above manifestations. . Worm infections are not the cause of itching in this situation.
As a precaution, you need to keep your body warm especially your extremities, avoiding ice contact; Bathing, soaking hands and feet in warm water, avoiding rubbing, scrubbing excess skin and abstaining from cigarettes..

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