Anger Wounds On The Feet Until They Swell Bleeding And Festering?
I am experiencing a strange illness. Initially in the middle of my calf, it appeared very red spots like scratch marks. The next day, it turned redder and swollen and it felt hot (only the left leg) and it hurt when it was brought along. The next day, thick red blood came out. And today the size is getting bigger ± as big as a coin, then bleeding with pus. Just like an avocado the seeds are taken. Is this disease due to cold allergy or keloid ??? And how to overcome it? Thank you.
Hello, Dika Ayudya Pritari. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
Complaints in the form of reddish skin that feels itchy in the knee can be caused by several possible causes, including:
Atopic dermatitis, which is chronic and recurrent inflammation of the skin, is associated with a history of atopy (asthma, allergic rhinitis, allergic conjunctivitis) in the patient / family, the most common location in adults includes the neck, body, and lower front legs, usually in the form of broad redness that can bruntus bruntus, thickening of the skin, darkened skin, with strict limits Allergic contact dermatitis, namely inflammation of the skin due to contact with allergenic substances (plant pollen, latex) attached to the skin, associated with immunological processes (through the process of forming the immune system for allergenic substances), symptoms usually arise after exposure to allergenic substances occur several times irritant contact dermatitis, ie inflammation of the skin due to contact with irritative substances (detergents, soap, chemicals, etc.) attached to the skin, not related to the process of immune formation body, symptoms can immediately arise during initial exposure with irritative substances g blood and pus do not rule out indicating that this skin disease has experienced a secondary infection. You are advised to immediately consult a doctor or dermatologist so that it can be evaluated so that the appropriate causative disease can be determined and appropriate treatment is given. Your doctor may treat your wound, give you ointments / creams to be applied on skin disorders that arise, and oral medication to relieve itching. You are also advised to stop using substances that are suspected of causing these skin problems. In addition, it is recommended to use softer (relatively non-irritating) soaps, such as baby soap.
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