Skin Itching, Chronic Urticaria What Should Be Tested?

Question: I am Bui Xuan Khoa, 51 years old, I went to many places but I still could not get rid of itchy skin, urticaria, and the doctor said I had chronic urticaria. By chance I learned about helminths in the press is a skin-itchy, urticaria disease. I wonder if I am infected? To know what to check, how many worms to test, where to go for a safe examination.
Reply:
Hello! Itchy skin, urticaria is an unexplained manifestation of the condition. In the oral tradition, itching and urticaria are caused by impaired liver function but in fact, that view is partially correct, not entirely accurate because there are many other causes.
Chronic urticaria can have a clear cause in 20-30% of cases, usually caused by external factors. Why chronic urticaria? It is very simple, because the urticaria will come back within 24 hours and in about 6 weeks, some cases will recur over 6 weeks. There are many factors that cause disease such as temperature urticaria, pressure urticaria, sunlight urticaria, sympathetic urticaria, urticaria due to shaking, contact urticaria or water urticaria

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Skin Itching, Chronic Urticaria What Should Be Tested?

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The vast majority, about 70-80% of cases of chronic urticaria without a clear cause, called idiopathic chronic urticaria. However, underlying medical conditions may be the cause of this type of urticaria, such as Helicobacter pylori infection, chronic infection, autoimmune diseases including thyroid disease or more rarely, cancer.
With the information mentioned above, there are many causes of urticaria, if all the reasons are excluded, you may be infected with helminth parasites. Currently, urticaria is caused by a helminth parasite, especially a helminth host such as dog and cat's roundworm, the Demodex parasite is located on the skin .
In addition, some common helminths are: Cat parasites ( Toxoplasma gondi), tapeworm tapeworm larvae (Cysticercus), Dog flukes (Enchinococus), Large liver fluke (Fasciola sp), Tapeworm (Tapeworm) ... Why are infections caused by helminths? Because during the course of living, the helminths can infect the human body through eating and passing through the skin into the body by some helminths whose main hosts are some animals, not parasites in humans.


Skin Itching, Chronic Urticaria What Should Be Tested?

. . Cattle and poultry infected with parasitic helminths release eggs or helminth larvae out of their daily environment. Eggs or larvae of helminths can infect water sources, food sources (vegetables, fruits) and infect the human body during daily activities. However, worm infections can be found in people who are not related to raising cattle and poultry due to eating, drinking eggs of helminth eggs (eating raw vegetables at shops or buying from markets ..). Infection with common parasitic helminths such as roundworm, hairworm, hookworm, small liver fluke ...


Skin Itching, Chronic Urticaria What Should Be Tested?

. it only needs to be taken for testing to be diagnosed. However, for some helminthic helminths, because they are not in the gastrointestinal tract but are located deep inside the body, they cannot be tested for feces to be diagnosed and they are in the blood so that diagnostic blood can be taken Depending on the situation and the expression of each patient, you should go to the specialized office of helminth parasite for a specific examination, the doctor will examine, advise all questions and assign you a full test. enough helminths for your peace of mind
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