Cumulative Allergy: could it be as shown?

Hello, dear readers! Have you heard ever that there is a cumulative Allergy? The paradox is that the doctors refute this claim, believing that such allergies can not be. In medicine cumulative intolerance is called «about». Why? Read the article and find out.

What is the cumulative intolerance?

Накопительная аллергия: может ли быть и как проявляется?Often the so-called food intolerance. It happens mainly in children from infant to adolescence.

The difference between the «false» from the common Allergy is that it does not provoke the formation of antibodies to the allergen and release of histamines and other amines cells. Simply put, when normal Allergy histamine is released in response to the formation of antibodies to the stimulus.

When the cumulative result of certain factors, such as the constant use of the stimulus, excessive drinking, failure of the immune system, stress of any type.

To provoke this unusual Allergy, but food can injuries, stress, sudden weakening of the immune system and factors such as:

  • ultraviolet and x-rays;
  • acid and alkali;
  • some components of medicines.

«About» hypersensitivity exists or not?

Накопительная аллергия: может ли быть и как проявляется?Is there such an Allergy? There is, but from a scientific point of view this isn’t a normal hypersensitive reaction of the body.

If the usual intolerance the body reacts to a stimulus immediately (after contact), when the cumulative allergen could be ingested, and thus nothing will happen.

When their number becomes excessive, it will happen «failure» and the body breaks down under its pressure.

I hope it is clear what it is — a cumulative hypersensitivity.

Clinical signs of «false» hypersensitivity

Symptoms of intolerance is cumulative does not differ from the manifestations of the ordinary reactions of this kind. Main features:

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  • digestive disorders;
  • gastrointestinal disorders — nausea, diarrhea, constipation, cramping;
  • rashes on the skin in the form of urticaria or others;
  • dizziness and pain.

How to distinguish a true Allergy from a «false»?

Classic hypersensitivity cannot be cumulative. It arises spontaneously and dramatically. The maximum time from exposure until the first signs of intolerance to the standard equivalent to the 72nd hour.

Накопительная аллергия: может ли быть и как проявляется?In the «about» intolerance analysis of the immunoglobulin E (Ig E) is negative, and when this is positive.

Cumulative disorder frequently appears in children under the age of years. In adults this rarely happens because their body is more robust and sustainable.

The beginning of non-standard reactions in infants often occurs at the time of introduction in a diet of artificial mixtures. To cause disease can the parents alone these errors:

  • the portion is too big for the baby;
  • use of low-quality mixture;
  • the composition of the mixture includes a substance that promotes the release of histamine.

Digestive system of children is developing very slowly up to eight years. Allergy «false» or cumulative nature of the formula for feeding is manifested, primarily, disorders of the gastrointestinal tract.

After eight years cumulative intolerance may disappear due to the fact that the body will get stronger, and sensitivity to histamine is significantly subsides.

How to treat a «false» Allergy?

Накопительная аллергия: может ли быть и как проявляется?To cure this disorder is difficult, but possible. Therapy against it the same as with a normal allergies. It includes drugs that reduce histamine levels. In some cases, to get rid of the problem helps only the refusal of the stimulus that provoked it.

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For the treatment of the cumulative effect of hypersensitivity you need a proper diet. The diet should meet the physiological requirements of the body, especially growing children.

The main assistants in the fight against the cumulative hypersensitivity is:

  • Antihistamine — tablets, drops, suspensions, syrups (for children). To select such preparations have allergist. Children (very young) most antihistamines are contraindicated in the 1st and 2nd groups. The third group is safe and has no contraindications.
  • The stabilizers of the fat cells (in the «about» hypersensitivity). These drugs will help eliminate such deterioration in asthma due to allergies, bronchitis and the like. Ketotifen is designed for kids and the good cough medicine (pulmonary).
  • Corticosteroids. In children use only in exceptional cases when such risk is advisable. These medicines treat the hormonal. The children often are assigned to ointments and like drugs for local use. To reduce the risk of ointment is best mixed 50/50 with baby cream.
  • What to do with itchy rash in infants with a cumulative Allergy to the mix?

    In this case, it is better to use a non-hormonal topical preparations. One of these is Elidel ointment. It is prescribed from the age of three. Its main properties are: elimination of puffiness and itching.

    Moreover, children at such a young age can gel Fenistil, but only six months. Zinc and Ichthyol ointment is also good to cope with allergic skin irritations.

    Preventive actions

    Накопительная аллергия: может ли быть и как проявляется?New allergenic (potentially dangerous) products must enter with extreme caution and minimum portions. Infants should not be abruptly translate into a mix of breastfeeding. Also it is impossible to drastically change the mixture (manufacturers).

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    Mothers who breast-feed, you should carefully watch what they eat. Often cumulative food hypersensitivity is triggered by allergens that enters the body child with breast milk from the mother’s body.

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    The author: Elena Smirnova (dermatologist)