hi and thanks for the query,
this sounds an allergic reaction
. But however, its necessary for it to be proven. This shall be done through a detailed clinical history by an allergist, blood tests to look for raised levels of specific cells called eosinophils and searching for raised levels of immunoglobulin E
Once diagnosed, management usually involevs detailed investigation of the agent causing the allergy
so it can be eliminated, then soecific drugs, whih might range from topical, tablets or capsules, injectin and even specific immune desensitization protocols depending on the case.
I suggest you book an appointment with an allergist for proper evaluation and management.
Thanks and best regards,