A Boil On The Baby’s Head That Often Recurs Despite Being Treated?
Night. My child boils on the head of pus from 3 months to 8 months. This is allergic to me eating or what consumption. Uda k dsa closest detection of dust or sweat allergy. Lactacyd soap and oral medicines. Improve. But a few months later appeared again. I wonder why?
Thank you for the question.
Pimples on the baby's scalp most often indicate a bacterial infection. Not only ulcers, various types of other bacterial infections can also cause this condition, for example acne, impetigo, and even abscesses. Sometimes, bacteria can also infect other skin conditions, such as allergic or irritant contact dermatitis, scabies, viral or fungal infections, eczema, insect bite marks, scratching wounds, seborrheic dermatitis, prickly heat, and so forth.
Bacteria can be more susceptible to infecting the baby's scalp, especially if the baby's self-hygiene is poorly maintained, if the baby's immune system is poor, or indeed if the environment around the baby is moist and makes him sweat a lot.
Handling of bacterial infections on the baby's scalp can be done with a variety, depending on the type of bacteria, complaints that arise, its severity, as well as your baby's general health condition. Therefore, the most authorized to determine the best treatment for your baby's condition is a doctor, dermatologist, or pediatrician who checks it. If it has been treated by a doctor but his condition has not improved, check with your baby again to the doctor yes ... Also consider the doctor's handling with the steps below:
Wash your baby clean, use good quality water and bath products (shampoo, soap) for babies
Shorten, if necessary bald hair on his head
Do not carelessly let the baby exchange head coverings with others
Keep the environment around the baby to stay clean
Do not squeeze or squeeze carelessly on a baby's scalp
Give the baby plenty of milk and water
Also give your baby a variety of healthy and nutritious MPASI
If there really is a certain food or substance that makes a baby allergic, keep it away from it first
Do not carelessly give drugs, ointments, creams, powder, or any treatment on the baby's scalp without a doctor's advice
Hope this helps ...