Blackish Patches On The Skin Of The Arms, Blisters And Redness During Fever?
my skin is black and round black. If I have a fever, my skin has blisters on the rash and the surroundings are red. When the fever is cured. The rash dries up against the skin. Position on the arm near the elbow of the right hand. If there is a wa, I can send a picture of the wound
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The appearance of blackish patches on the skin of the arms that are often blistered and reddish during a fever may indicate the following conditions:
Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (darkening of the skin after inflammation or injury) Phototoxic, photoallergic reactions (skin darkening caused by exposure to sunlight or excessive UV rays) Infection, for example due to fungi, bacteria, or viruses Contact dermatitis (skin inflammation due to contact with a substance irritative or allergenic) Cafe au lait macules (blackish skin rash that occurs due to genetic abnormalities, often associated with neurofibromatosis type 1) Nevus (mole) Melanoma (skin cancer derived from melanocytes) Lentigo Ephelides, etc. It is very difficult to identify the exact cause of the complaint You without doing a physical examination in person because of the limited information you provide. Therefore, we suggest that you check your complaint directly with a doctor or a dermatologist. That way, the doctor can identify the cause of your complaint and the best treatment.
In the meantime, you should shower more diligently, properly clean the area of the arm that has the rash. Avoid scratching or exfoliating the rash forcibly, so that it doesn't cause injury or irritation. Avoid giving any medication or ointment to the rash that appears without direct medical advice.
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dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah