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RašytiTemos pavadinimas: Mosquito Bite Allergy   16/08/11, 01:30 pm

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Mosquitoes are small biting insects and are cousins of flies and gnats. Surprisingly, only the female mosquitoes feed on human blood that is required for them to produce eggs. During the process of feeding, the female mosquito bites the skin and leaves saliva on it. The saliva is rich in protein which does not allow the blood to clot, also it continues the flow of blood into mosquito's mouth without interruption. This protein of mosquito saliva evokes an immune reactions known as allergic reactions to mosquito bites.

Mosquito bites can cause many types of reactions. Minor allergies are generally ignored, but sometimes it might take a severe form of allergy that is known as skeeter syndrome. It is a severe reaction which causes red bumps accompanied with itching. People generally have reaction to mosquito bite allergy, but the symptoms like swelling in quite a large area of mosquito bite is a signal of skeeter syndrome. Generally, the symptoms are observed immediately after the mosquito bite, whereas, in skeeter syndrome the symptoms appear after few hours or might be visible after few days. Let us have a look at the symptoms of mosquito bite allergy.

Mosquito Bite Allergy Symptoms

The symptoms depend on the amount of bites received and also it keeps on changing from time to time. Swelling from mosquito bites is the first and the most common symptom observed. The immediate swelling after bite can be followed by itching all over the bite area. They appear like normal bites and that is why they are not given much notice. However, the odd thing about this bite allergy is that it does not go away very easily. The itching, swelling and redness might last for a few days. The area of swelling larger than usual resulting in blisters on the skin and hives might last for weeks.

In acute conditions which are very rare, people bitten by mosquito might experience disorders like anaphylaxis affecting many organs and systems of the body, urticaria and angioedema that causes swelling in the whole body and in some worse cases the victim might also experience asthma symptoms. You must be having a question in your mind that how to deal with mosquito allergy? Here are some ways to deal with this problem.

Mosquito Bite Allergy Treatment

Start the treatment as soon as you realize the bite. Clean the area that is bitten with antiseptic soap and warm water. Dry it with a soft and clean piece of cloth. Avoid the strong urge to scratch because that might prolong the effect, though it offers immediate and temporary relief. For treating mosquito bite, Aloe vera gel is a natural remedy which provides a cooling effect to the inflammation. If you don't have this then you can get immediate comfort by slowly rubbing ice on that area. For sensitive skins of children, apply a sticky paste made of mixing two parts of baking soda and one part of water.

You can also look for some medicines in your medicine cabinet as well. A topical anesthetic containing pramoxine or calamine lotion can be effective for mosquito bites. Itching can be alleviated by hardly one percent of hydro-cortisone. If these creams do not work then take any anti-inflammatory ointment to reduce the swelling. But make sure that you consult a doctor before taking any medicine.

The mosquito bite is very similar to a bee or wasp bite. It too hurts, swells and itches. Some people go under shock and some into coma after wasp bite, but it is not the case with mosquito bite. It only happens in some severe allergic reactions caused by the bite. The mosquito bite allergy and other allergic reactions sometimes decreases along with the age. Small kids and adolescents are more prone to allergies in comparison to . This is because with the increasing age, our body develops immunity against mosquito's saliva.
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