Black Sores Like Burns After Feeling Hot And Cold?
After feeling the heat of the cold tomorrow, there were black sores like burns
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Cold and hot followed by the appearance of a kind of black-colored burns on the skin may indicate you have shingles. This condition occurs when the Varicella zoster virus, which previously caused chickenpox, reactivates, so that it runs from the central nervous system ganglion through nerve fibers to appear on the surface of the skin. Clinically, shingles often causes blisters on the skin that look like burns, clear, but can also be blackish if you experience excessive irritation. This blister rash can feel itching, pain, or heat that is quite disturbing, widespread, but grouping is limited to one side of the body that is innervated by the affected nerve fibers. As well as making chills hot, shingles can also make sufferers feel more easily tired, sensitive to light, headaches, muscle and joint pain, and decreased appetite.
Besides herpez zoster, your complaints may also arise due to other factors, such as being bitten by insects or other animals, folliculitis, contact dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, burns, impetigo, drug eruption, measles, Singapore flu, fungal infections, viruses, bacteria , or also other microorganisms.
It is not our authority to ascertain the exact cause of your complaint if it does not examine you directly. Therefore, so that your condition is handled properly, you need to see yourself directly to the doctor or dermatologist. Depending on the cause, your condition can later be handled differently.
In the meantime, you can be even more disciplined in maintaining your personal hygiene, including by showering diligently and always wearing clean clothes. Avoid carelessly sloughing or giving any treatment to wounds that appear on your skin. If it still feels hot and cold, you can take the drug paracetamol first, while drinking and resting to reduce it.
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