Bumps In The Body And Fever Every Morning?
Hello, I’m 25 years old. I want to ask every morning I always feel a fever, and not feeling well, lately even bumps occur on the hands and feet, the bumps don’t feel itchy but when pressed it hurts. And every day the bumps multiply. What are the symptoms of this disease?
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There are many diseases that can be related to complaints that you submit, including:
1. Hand foot mouth disease (HFMD) or Singapore flu. Namely an infectious disease caused by the enterovirus virus. Patients will experience runny pimple and saris in the mouth, hands and feet.
2. Atopic dermatitis, which is a skin disease that arises due to allergic reactions, such as cold temperature allergies that usually occur in the morning.
3. Varicose or chicken pox. That is an infectious disease caused by the varicella zooster virus. Patients will experience reddish spots that contain water spread throughout the body.
4. And others.
You should consult with the nearest doctor so that you can be examined directly. This is because from this one-way interview there are many diseases that may be related and the exact disease cannot be known from the complaint that you are experiencing. A direct examination is needed in order to find out what the underlying disease is your complaint. In fact, sometimes the doctor also requires a supplementary examination to find out the exact diagnosis of an illness. Your doctor may ask you to undergo supporting tests such as routine blood and laboratory tests of fluid samples for nodules. Later based on the results of this examination is known to your illness and treatment can be given by a doctor.
In the meantime, don't scratch the itchy rash. You can give an ice pack to relieve the symptoms of itching or pain in the rash. In addition, you can also apply anti-itching liquid powder. If itching is very disturbing, you can take over-the-counter anti-itch medications. To alleviate the symptoms of fever, take over-the-counter fever-reducing drugs, namely paracetamol. In addition, you can also compress the forehead with a warm towel and eat warm foods like soup.
Thus hopefully useful.