A Small, Fluid-filled Rash That Doesn’t Go Away?

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Good morning. I want to ask about a skin disease that I have been suffering from for about 3 months. I am confused between scabies (scabies) or a fungal infection. yesterday I used 5% permethrin cream and oral corticosteroid drugs. the rashes on the body had disappeared but once the drug ran out, now new rashes appear that are small, numerous, and filled with fluid/pus. before it was also like that, the rash appeared again when the medicine ran out. I ask for advice / input from the doctor about the disease that I am suffering from. Thank You.

1 Answer:

Hello, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com

Itching can be experienced in some areas of the body but can also be throughout the body. It can also be accompanied by other symptoms such as bumps, rashes, etc. Itching can be caused by a variety of factors, ranging from mild, such as allergies to severe, such as kidney disease. Various causes of itching include:
• Certain skin conditions or diseases such as eczema, scabies, psoriasis, etc
• Dry skin (xerosis)
• Skin infection by bacteria, fungi or viruses
• Flea or insect bites
• Nervous disorders such as multiple sclerosis, diabetes mellitus, etc
• Internal diseases such as hepatitis, cirrhosis of the liver, etc
• Irritation and allergies including urticaria/hives
• Hormonal changes
• Psychological condition

There are so many factors that cause itching, to determine the cause of the itching that you are experiencing, I suggest consulting and having a direct examination with a dermatologist. The doctor will ask about your complaints, perform a physical examination of the skin and follow-up examinations such as a skin prick test. Appropriate treatment will be given after the cause is known.

Here are some tips you can do:
• Avoid scratching the itchy body parts
• Compress the itchy part with cold water
• Take a clean bath and don't use too hot water
• Increase consumption of fruit and vegetables and water at least 6-8 glasses per day
• Manage stress
• Wear clothes that are loose and comfortable, not too tight
• Use clothing with cotton
• Change clothes if they are damp or wet
• Ensure cleanliness of toiletries
• Exercise regularly

Thus the answer from me, hopefully useful.
Regards, Dr. Sylvia

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