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Angioedema allergy is also referred to as Quinckes edema this is a condition wherein abnormal accumulation of fluid under your skin or in cavity of body parts is diagnosed. It is a condition wherein rapid swelling is experienced. The swelling is also seen in subcutaneous tissue or submucosal tissues or dermis etc. This condition is similar to the condition of urticaria; urticaria is also referred to as hives which is commonly seen in upper dermis. Angioedema was also initially referred to as angioneurotic oedema believing that the condition also involves nervous system, however now it is believed that this is not the case and hence it is known as Angioedema neglecting the former term. To your information there are two different kinds of angioedema. The first kind of angioedema is hereditary angioedema which is also abbreviated as HAE and the second kind is Acquired angioedema which is abbreviated as AAE. Hereditary angioedema is a rare kind condition which is seldom seen. It is caused due to genetic or familial prevalence of the disease. AAE or acquire angioedema allergy is more frequent as compared to HAE. It may take merely minutes or hours for angioedema to develop. Angioedema allergy affliction is such that it may affect just one side of the body and may have no influence on the other side. In most cases angioedema is mild to moderate. However, there are also chances of sever angioedema. Sever condition of angioedema allergy may affect throat or tongue swelling them significantly which can be life threatening as it cuts of the air passage causing difficulties while breathing. Sign and symptom:Common signs and symptoms of angioedema may include some of the following: Sudden occurrence of red welts (This can be near eyes, lips, hands, feet or internally in throat) Burning or itchy swollen area on the body Discolored skin patches or roseolas on body including genital area Hoarseness, respiratory issues, tight or protruded throat may be experienced in rare cases Muscle ache and decrease urination Dramatic weight gain Hives Fever Increased WBC or White Blood Cell count Causes of Angioedema allergy:Sometimes the cause of angioedema allergy is not easy to determine. However, the allergy may afflict due to various reasons such as food allergies, allergies to dyes, allergies to pollen and also due to some medications. There are certain foods which may cause such allergy namely shellfish, diary products and certain nuts. In some cases even NSAIDs medication may trigger such allergies. Some of such medications are hypertension drugs, aspirin, ibuprofen etc.Preventing or treatment- Angioedema allergy:-It is beneficial to prevent not only angioedema but also all kinds of allergies. If you suspect and abnormality in your health condition it is essential to consult a doctor immediately and seek medical attention.Medications:-Drug therapy also helps in eliminating angioedema infection. Drug therapy may help in reducing or eradicating influence of angioedema and provide relief from the condition. Angioedema allergy may turn sever if not treated timely; hence, immediate medical treatment should be considered for angioedema allergy treatment.
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