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mosquito bite allergy 10 years 2 months ago #1

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Hello
I have not done this before and don't think this forum is a fit for my issue but someone may have a contact.

My daughter who is now 8 has had an allergic reaction to firstly mosquition bites and midge bites. She gets blisters with water which swell quite big and then because she has sensitive skin this leaves a scar in dark pigmentation as she has brown skin.
Does anyone know of anywhere that might do desensitisation programmes for mosquito bites
and a specioalist in sensitive skin with natural products? Any help appreciated as it is causing me a lot of angst!
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Re:mosquito bite allergy 9 years 2 months ago #2

If you are like most people with sensitive skin, you may find that you have a mosquito bite allergy. A mosquito bite allergy will appear as a very red swollen and itchy bump or bumps where mosquitoes have bitten. The allergic reaction is a reaction to the digestive enzymes and anti-coagulants that the female mosquito injects before sucking blood from your body.

For the most part, children and adolescents are more likely to have a mosquito bite allergy than adults who have become immune to the mosquito's saliva. Sometimes if you have gone long period of time without being bitten, you will suffer an allergic reaction the first time you are bit again. Also, the first bite might not affect you, but if you are repeatedly bit, the subsequent bites will begin to show an allergic reaction.
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