Causes And Ways To Deal With Festering Spots Throughout The Child’s Body?
Good evening doctor, I metha want to nanga my child aged 3 years 4 months, he was always allergic, from birth 5 days also has sprung out festering all over the body, now his face, armpit neck and in the forehead, continue not to fester, I ask this allergic doctor can be due to hereditary factors or not yes, the doctor said it could and indeed happened to be his father when he was a child experienced the same thing, and I will ask later if he grows up can he disappear or not? The doctor said it could disappear and the allergies I asked were contagious or not, the doctor said it was not contagious, but the pus could be contagious, because my other child was 8 months old, and what I wanted to ask was my son Alifa aged 3 years 4 months old. use what soap and what contains it huh ?, when he went to the health center he was advised to use baby soap with moiturizer, but because the allergies on his face did not disappear and got worse until festering I finally went to the doctor’s practice … Given a prescription of the concoction of my concoction redeem in pharma chemistry, there are antibiotics, paracetamol, scrindenim, avil, and what else does the writing not read too much with me, the pokanya must be exhausted 7 days … Thank you doctor … good night
Thank you for the question.
Allergic manifestations on the skin can indeed cause the skin to become reddish, freckled, swollen, even blistered and peeling. Not infrequently, this allergic skin is infected secondary to eventually become festering. This allergic reaction arises when the immune system mistakenly considers contact or entry of a substance into the body as dangerous, when in fact it is not. The trigger is thought to be related to genetic and environmental factors. Therefore, this condition is not contagious, but it can indeed be inherited, like from father to child as your child experiences. However, although the allergies are not contagious, secondary infections in allergic skin can indeed be contagious if not treated immediately. Real allergies cannot be cured. But as we get older, symptoms that arise due to allergies are often indeed lighter.
The main step in handling allergic skin in children is done by identifying and avoiding the allergen triggers. In this way, an allergic reaction can be prevented so that it does not always recur. If already in contact with allergens, then allergic symptoms appear, the most appropriate step is to check the child directly to the doctor, dermatologist, or pediatrician. That way, it can be evaluated whether the true condition arises due to allergies, and if it is true, then what is the best treatment. In this way too, the risk of secondary infection and transmission of infection can be prevented. Avoid carelessly giving any medicine to children, except those prescribed directly by a doctor, so that complaints do not arise worsening.
In addition, to prevent allergic symptoms from getting worse, what should be done is:
Bathing children diligently and cleanly, use good quality water and mild soap (don't be too sharp, choose non-irritative and hypoallergenic properties, choose soap that contains moisturizers, sulfur, and salicylic acid)
Don't bathe the child for too long, don't also rub the child's skin excessively
After bathing, dry the child's body well with a clean towel and soft fibrous, then wear on it clothing that is also soft, loose, and clean
Give the child understanding so as not to scratch, slough off, or manipulate excessively if allergic symptoms appear on the skin
Keep children away from substances that may cause allergies, for example cold, dust mites, pollen, animal dander, seafood, eggs, nuts, milk, and processed products.
Keep the environment around the child always clean
Do not allow children to exchange personal belongings carelessly with others
Be diligent in washing children's hands with antiseptic soap, and shorten their nails regularly
Hope this helps ...