Bintil Enlarges And Contains White Secretions Such As Rice On The Neck?
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The appearance of small nodules on the neck which then enlarges and contains yellowish white secretions that resemble rice as you experience can refer to a variety of conditions, for example:
Folliculitis (inflammation of hair roots)
Miliaria (prickly heat, inflammation of the sweat glands)
Milia (keratin plugs in hair roots)
Molluscum contagiosum (Molluscum contagiosum virus infection)
Others, such as pilaris cysts, zits, warts, contact dermatitis, skin tags, insect bite marks, hyperkeratosis, etc.
Bint-like nodules are mild in nature, but may also be dangerous. Since your complaint has been going on for a long time, you should not allow this condition to drag on. Direct yourself to a doctor or dermatologist for a more comprehensive examination, for example by involving an allergy test, biopsy, and so on. In this way, the doctor can certainly give you the best treatment according to the underlying cause, such as by giving special ointments or creams, surgery, laser, or other therapeutic modalities. In the meantime, we recommend that you do not hold the nodules that appear with dirty hands, especially to squeeze or stab them carelessly. Improve your personal hygiene, especially the area of your neck, that is, by bathing diligently, wearing clean clothes, diligently washing your hands, and avoid exchanging personal belongings carelessly with others.
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