Symptoms, causes of itchy and red and white inflammation appearing on the skin, and an easy-to-understand overview of treatment.

What Is Urticaria?

Urticaria is a rash, itching, and redness of the skin that can be of any size and can appear anywhere on your baby’s skin.


Signs And Symptoms Of Urticaria

Urticaria can be short-term and long-term. Short-term urticaria appears suddenly and disappears in a few hours or days. Chronic urticaria lasts from six weeks can last for many months or years.

The urticaria may look like this:

Red or white, raised inflammation or rashes of various sizes (from a few millimeters) Can range from a few centimeters)

A single rash or inflammation may cover a large area of ​​skin.

A group of grains that appear and disappear again and again.

A child with urticaria may also have:

  • Severe itching
  • Bile formation at the site of burning, chewing or inflammation


Urticaria is caused by inflammation inside the skin, most of which are caused by food and medicine It is also linked to a reaction in the case of allergies, the most common Allergies or causes are:


Foods such as shellfish, fish, peanuts, eggs, milk, and mixtures

Other allergies, such as animal bites, insect bites, or yellow grains

Urticaria can sometimes be part of anaphylactic shock, which is very severe and sometimes fatal, allergic reactions.

If you see any of these symptoms in your child, close to your child take me to the emergency department.

  • Difficulty breathing
  • Swelling of the face, tongue, and throat, especially in case of food allergies And swelling of the lips.
  • A sudden drop in blood pressure
  • Dizziness
  • Dizziness
  • Urticaria
  • Throat tightness
  • Sitting voice

After a few hours of taking epinephrine, symptoms may resume.

See Allergies for More Information

What can you do to help your child with urticaria?

If your child has frequent urticaria, try to find out why Such as special food, medicine or place. If you have any of the causes of urticaria if so, tell your doctor about it at your next visit.

If your child has an urticaria attack, you can give your child a mouthwash Prescribers can give antihistamines, which reduce the symptoms Or the pharmacist may suggest something to you. Ask your child’s doctor how long after the urticaria has disappeared keep giving your child antihistamines.

What your child’s doctor can do about your child’s urticaria.

Your doctor will use different blood and skin tests to find out the cause of the urticaria I can help you if the skin irritation is severe, use it orally to reduce inflammation Taking corticosteroids may prescribe.

When To Seek Medical Help

If you see this in your child, see your doctor or your child right away take me to the emergency department.

  • Inflammation of the face or throat
  • Difficulty breathing of any kind
  • To fall

Key Points

  • Urticaria is a raised, itchy, and reddish inflammation of various sizes that appears on the skin. Is.
  • If you experience urticaria anaphylactic shock, seek medical help immediately for your child.
  • Allergic reactions to medications or foods or other allergies cause urticaria.
  • Oral antihistamines usually relieve urticaria.
  • If your child has frequent urticaria, see your child’s doctor.