A Brownish Rash On The Body Of A 23 Year Old Woman That Is Spreading?
Hello, I am a 23 year old woman, I have a complaint that is almost 3 years old from my body that looks like a brownish rash and patches that continue to spread, at first I had a fever and went to the puskesmas, usually I recovered right away within 3 days but I ended up I got more feverish, then I went back to the puskesmas again and a few days later thank God I was healed, after that I didn’t realize there was something strange in my body but suddenly I realized there was a bruise on my arm and it never went away, I thought it was just a bruise but after looking at it it’s only brown. And when I looked at my stomach, it turned out that there were a lot of brownish irregular spots until finally the brown patches spread to the back and thighs as well as other hands, it became clearer, but I didn’t feel any symptoms at all, be it itching or stinging and pain, and when I touched the skin everything was normal, even, I came to several doctors and hospitals as well as a skin specialist but they were also confused and needed several dozen checks … I have tried various drugs from ointments to swallowed drugs, what is the matter with my skin ya doctor? Or what’s wrong with my tubub? Sometimes I also feel that my whole body feels very sore when I press some parts of the rash causing fatigue in my body. thanks.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Brown spots on the skin are basically a buildup of a certain substance on the skin called melanin, which functions to color the skin. This buildup of substances can occur based on various things, such as:
Sun exposure Cosmetic side effects Scars inflammation Body hormone levels Infection Immune system disorders Cancer
In your case, in fact, given that you have seen a dermatologist, your steps are correct. Especially if you have been to more than one dermatologist at different hospitals, then actually your efforts have been maximized. Because indeed, the best examination is one that is carried out directly to be able to carry out an adequate physical examination, with two-way communication to obtain medical history and with the option of supporting examinations if necessary.
So with all these efforts, if all the dermatologists and beauty clinic doctors cannot handle your skin problem, then maybe what can be done now is to see the progress or progress of the disease with routine control every time the medicine is given runs out and there is no change, because of you. also states that there are actually no complaints whatsoever other than the appearance of the spots that you feel. For aches throughout the body, we think this is not directly related, and more to your physical and mental condition at that time.
In addition, avoid stress, exposure to direct sunlight, cigarette smoke, dust, and cosmetics with unclear credibility, and do not use drugs without a doctor's prescription. So, hopefully it answers your question.