Predisposed individuals often get skin rash or hive as an allergic reaction to many endogenous and exogenous factors. Skin rash is often concurrent with diseases of the digestive system such as colitis, gastritis, and constipation. Itching often precedes the primary disease for a long time before it gets diagnosed.
Hives and skin rash can be caused by food (canned food, chocolate, sausages, fish, berries) and medicines. It also can be a symptom of infection: in a case of rhinitis, tonsillitis and sinusitis, a rash often covers the face, while in a case of digestive disorders it appears all over the body.
Sometimes, hives and skin rash have neuropsychological reasons like stress, metabolic disorders, endocrine system functions (rash can appear before menstruation or during pregnancy), liver and kidney diseases. In some cases, contact with plants and animals can lead to skin rash, The same goes for insect bites. Any harmful thermal, mechanical, radiation exposures can be a cause of skin, irritation, redness and rush.
There are many varieties of hives, itching, and rash reaction. Very often it is viewed as a mild allergy but, in fact, it is observed in about 23% of people. When you do your moths, it is every fourth individual. You can see skin rash as redness on the body. Itching causes discomfort and pain. Sometimes the whole body hurts, and there is a decline of health. Neglected and ignored by many people, hives and skin rash are very uncomfortable and sometimes life-threatening diseases.
Prednisone belongs to corticosteroid medication. It is used as an anti-inflammatory or an immunosuppressant medication. It has antihistamine therapeutic effect. Also, it can increase the effect of other drugs that reduce the symptoms of inflammation. Among other conditions, Prednisone allergic disorders and skin conditions such as redness, itching, irritation.
The doctor should recommend the dosage of Prednisone and the scheme of treatment. In each case, the attending physician gives a prescription taking into account the age and condition of the patient. Statistically, Prednisone is more often prescribed as pills than as injections.
In severe and complicated cases Prednisone is prescribed in the amount of 40-60 mg per day. The drug has strong anti-allergic and anti-shock action: it increases the production of adrenaline narrowing the blood vessels and increasing blood pressure. Prednisone suppresses immune reactions, and the allergic reaction subsides. Patients should take precautions and keep away from allergens that caused the reaction.
When used for a short time Prednisone has very little probability of side effects. However, it is not recommended to use it for a long time because of the risk of metabolism disorders, bacterial or fungal infection and diabetes. Prednisone is a potent drug. It should be taken after consultation with a doctor and under the medical practitioner’s supervision.