A Round Black Patch Appears With Water In The Middle?
Good evening, I want to ask Lately my skin often appears reddish on my back and waist that feels painful, itchy at the same time. After that, the sore skin will appear round black spots where the center is more prominent as watery. After I give the caladine powder, the lump will go flat, but will the black mark be like a mole that won’t go away? What kind of skin disease do you think it is, is it serious? Information please. Thank you 🙏
Hello Kitochan, thank you for using the HealthReplies.com service.
The symptoms and signs that you feel can be found in several diseases such as:
Shingles or smallpox snake (chickenpox) is a disease characterized by the appearance of skin nodules filled with water on one side of the body and feels painful. This disease is caused by the infection of the Viraricellaosteroster virus, which also causes chickenpox. Impetigo is a skin infection caused by bacteria, in the form of blisters or open blotches on the skin, which then cause yellow or brown crust. Ectima is a bacterial infection of the skin that is generally caused by Streptococcus β-hemolyticus. Initially a small fluid-filled sac appears on the inflamed skin, enlarges and ruptures (0.5 - 3 cm in diameter) and for several days then forms a thick, dry crust that is difficult to remove from its base. If this has been going on for a long time and has disrupted your activities, I suggest that you consult directly with a dermatologist so that a thorough examination can be carried out, such as questions and answers, physical examination of the skin, and supporting examinations if necessary, so that treatment can be given in accordance with your diagnosis.
As for the things you can do right now are:
If the pain is unbearable, you can take pain relievers, such as paracetamol at the dosage printed on the medicine packaging Wear loose and soft clothing, such as cotton, to prevent friction and irritation to the skin. Do not touch and scratch the wound, to avoid spreading bacteria through the hands. Take a bath with cold water or put a cold compress on a nodule Do not share the use of personal belongings with others to prevent transmission of skin diseases. Get plenty of rest so that the infection quickly disappears Thus the information I can give, hopefully can help you.