Causes And Overcome Itching In The Skin That Prolonged?
Good night, I want to ask every night I experience itching and it happens around 8 nan I checked with the doctor he said it was allergic and I was given ctm medication with dexa after that the drug did not change so I bought the drug at the most expensive pharmacy but there is no change until the itching has spread all over the body and then I went to the hospital again to say that it was herpes and I was told to buy acyclovir after it was finished I bought soap for itching at the pharmacy but it remained the same there was no change in itchiness it was still there but when I taking medication does indeed reduce itching but itching is still there and even itchy itching is not only at night sometimes morning afternoon afternoon itupun very itchy coincidentally I went to the health center and I consulted with the doctor he said this was due to fungus and I was given ketozanol with ointment but still. I was still itchy, so I went to the doctor again and was given medicine, but I didn’t know what medication, because the drug was kept secret and when I took the medicine, it did not itch, but after the drug was gone I felt itchy again. After that I checked again and I asked for the injection, after the injection and gratitude the medicine was better, the bumps were blackened, but in a few days I felt itchy. Please, the solution is because I’m afraid of taking too many different kinds of drugs?
Hello Zun Azizah,
Thank you for the question.
Itching complaints are the most common complaints in the skin organ system, and there are many causes of itching. That certainly makes you uncomfortable and we understand that. But first it is important for you to explain further when you start itching, wherever you feel itchiness, how the skin feels itchy (whether red with elevation, whether there are plenting spread evenly), what triggers itching, a history of exposure to certain substances / substances, a history of allergies and other illnesses, a history of living in a boarding school or boarding school, and a history of people around who have the same disease.
Basically the following are the causes of itching:
Atopic dermatitis (eczema). Allergic / irritant contact dermatitis. Urticaria / biduran. Scabies. Varicella zoster or chicken pox. Shingles. Tinea corporis (ringworm). Here are the things I can recommend to you:
Complete one treatment that has been given by a doctor, wait for a reaction until several days to assess the reaction of the drug. Keep in mind that an illness cannot be treated instantly. Examples such as antiviral treatment in herpes, treatment must still be completed. If you use the drug incorrectly, there can be a risk of drug resistance. In-depth consultation with your dermatologist, ask for an explanation of what medication you are receiving and how it works and how to use it. It should be noted that the price of the drug does not determine the efficacy of the drug, especially if the composition is the same. Continue antihistamine treatment to reduce symptoms, and you can sprinkle salicylic powder or calamine lotion on the part of the body that feels itchy. Pay attention to the triggers that make you itch and avoid the triggers. If you get itchy when it is cold, use warm clothing that covers the entire body. You can also use elimination therapy by trying not to eat foods that are prone to making allergies, such as seafood, chicken eggs. Wash clothes and bed sheets regularly using warm water and dried in the sun. Don't change towels or clothes with other people. Hope it helps and hopefully get well soon :)