What strange disease does girlfriend get by boyfriend kiss allergy girlfriend?
4hw.org: Recently, a little couple had a tragedy when they were making love. The place where the woman was kissed by her boyfriend was allergic. The doctor also laughed and laughed when he heard it. Kissing is definitely a happy thing. How can he get sick? The saliva of his boyfriend is poisonous? Let's explore!
Is saliva poisonous? According to scientific evidence, when kissing, eating saliva can kill bacteria in oral cavity, so saliva is beneficial and not poisonous. Saliva (saliva) is a kind of digestive fluid and a kind of defense system of human body. It is non-toxic in itself, but it is toxic when there are pathogens in hepatitis A and other infectious diseases. (this article is edited and collated by sihai.com, reprinted and noted with source, original link: http://www.4hw.com.cn/life/)
A female patient in her 20s said to herself: the place where her boyfriend kissed her is allergic. Is her boyfriend's saliva poisonous? It is understood that Meimei (pseudonym), a Hangzhou native in her early twenties, works as a white-collar worker in an administrative unit. She and her boyfriend lived in two places for a long time. Until March this year, her boyfriend also came to Hangzhou, and the little couple finally reunited.
The two people's feelings are getting hotter and hotter. When they are in love, they will kiss affectionately. But a strange phenomenon happened. The place where she was kissed by her boyfriend, on her hands, face, neck and body, is full of red spots, swollen and itchy, which is particularly uncomfortable.
These symptoms will not disappear immediately, usually it will take dozens of minutes before they fade away. (this article is edited and collated by sihai.com, reprinted and noted with source, original link: http://www.4hw.com.cn/life/)
Meimei is upset and strange. I'm allergic. I used to get urticaria occasionally when I was separated. But in March, I lived with my boyfriend, especially after he kissed me, I was allergic. Is it contagious?
She asked Dr. kinner if her boyfriend's saliva was poisonous. But that was quickly denied.
You may have skin scratch. Dr. kinner explained that this is a special type of urticaria, also known as artificial urticaria, which is more common in people with allergic constitution.
There is a special immunoglobulin E in these patients, which will lead to the release of large amount of histamine in the tissues around the skin blood vessels. When the skin is scratched by nails or pressed by heavy objects, there will be red scratches and swelling, which usually takes a while to disappear.
She pointed out that it is likely that Meimei's boyfriend used too much force when kissing, resulting in red spots on her skin. (this article is edited and collated by sihai.com, reprinted and noted with source, original link: http://www.4hw.com.cn/life/)
Scratch disease is related to environment, climate, diet, drugs and allergens, and the causes are complex. But fortunately, the treatment is not difficult, with antiallergic drugs can be controlled.