Yes, but it’s rare. If you experience hives outbreaks often enough, permanent scarring may start to occur. The other potentially dangerous situation would be to leave your hives untreated and let them form large blisters. Hives happen when your body is trying to evacuate a certain skin region from a harmful substance. to do that, the body creates a blister of liquid. Hives usually itch, but scratching them is the worst thing you can do. by doing that you are basically ensuring that you will have some temporary scarring for a few weeks or months.
Going to a doctor is a good option if you are experiencing hives for the first time. If however, you get constant outbreaks you may wish to look at what is happening beneath the surface and what is actually causing your hives. The currently accepted way of dealing with hives is to use anti-allergy medication. that is a good option only if you have a single hives outbreak, due to a known cause. If you experience hives often, that means that something else has to be fixed. People who experience hives, usually lack certain protein structures in their cellular walls and this causes the blood plasma to escape in-between tissues, leading to all the symptoms of hives. that process is usually triggered by a substance, falsely identified by your body as ‘harmful’. Fortunately, all that can be quickly fixed.
As you can see, hives look a lot like an allergy, but they are not actually an allergy. in fact, they are very different. they are the secondary effect of an allergy. That’s why medication work and quickly stop the symptoms, but only temporarily.
Can hives on face leave a scar?
If you have facial hives, it’s very important that you don’t scratch the affected area. your doctor may prescribe you some anti-itch medication, combined with an anti-allergen. that approach works, but if you get a second outbreak, it means that there is a deeper issue, which still can be fixed. Hives on face have the same underlying cause as all urticaria outbreaks, they are just more delicate, because of the thinner skin on your face. usually, consulting with a professional as quickly as possible is the best thing you can do. they will quickly give you the drugs you need to immediately relieve all the symptoms. then, you can start looking at the big picture and fix the underlying cause of urticaria.
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