A Small White Bump Filled With Pus On The Back That Feels Sore And Hot?
My back doctor has a lump “Small white color like pus and on the side ” The lump is red and also if touched it feels sore and hot why?
Hello, thanks for the question.
Complaints of red, irritable, hot, pus-filled, or fluid-filled nodules can be caused by several things, can be due to infection, allergic reactions, or due to inflammation. Some diseases that can cause these complaints include viral infections, for example by shingles, varicella, bacterial infections, such as impetigo, folliculitis, furuncle, carbuncles, etc., or due to allergic reactions, atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, miliaria pustulosa (night sweats) , and so forth. Shingles or chicken pox and varicella or chicken pox are infections by Viracillary Zoster. Herpes zoster is usually a continuation of chicken pox that reactivates due to decreased endurance, for example in patients with certain diseases, taking immune system suppressants, radiation, chemotherapy, or malignancy; old age; and physical or emotional stress. Chickenpox is usually characterized by skin lesions throughout the body, itching, and fever, lesions are usually in the form of nodules filled with water or pus that appear on both sides of the body. While apacesi apacesi that appears only on one side of the body, follows the course of the nerve, feels pain / sore, feels hot, can be feverish, headache, sensitive to light, fatigue and not feeling well. To ascertain the cause of the complaint, you should consult a doctor for examination. Handling will be done in accordance with the cause of the complaint, the doctor may prescribe pain medication, antiviral medication if caused by a viral infection, antibiotic medication if caused by a bacterial infection, etc. according to the cause of the complaint. To reduce complaints, you should use loose clothing and soft materials to prevent friction and irritation to the skin, keep the body clean, clean the lesion area with a solution of NaCl infusion or with an antiseptic solution, avoid holding / scratching the lesion area, washing hands before and after touching / cleansing lesions, adequate rest, eating healthy and nutritious food, and fulfilling the minimum fluid requirements of 2L per day.
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