Causes Watery Spots On The Skin And Feels Itchy?
Good evening, I am dev. I have small spots, some of it is watery. Trs, the more there is that is not watery too. I thought I was bitten by a mosquito, but it really hurt and added a lot. Even on the fingers and toes, on the hands, on the feet, on the shoulders, around the stomach and back. It even seems like that. I wonder why? Because it feels uncomfortable, even though you know you can’t scratch it, but because you can’t stand it, you often scratch. What should I do, why is this hurting? R nThank you
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Rashes on the skin that are partially watery and feel itchy in the areas of the fingers, hands, feet, back, and stomach can indicate the following conditions:
Varicella (chicken pox)
Chickenpox is caused by infection with the Varicella zoster virus. This disease is usually transmitted through the inhalation of droplets of saliva from patients who cough or clean, as well as through contact (direct or indirect) with rashes on the skin of other sufferers. Not only can a watery rash feel itchy, sufferers can also experience a red rash, a rash that bursts and forms a scab. It could also, sufferers feel weak, unwell, and other flu-like symptoms.
This condition occurs related to genetic (hereditary) and environmental factors. Atopic dermatitis sufferers have excessive skin sensitivity in response to changes in voice, skin infections, exposure to certain substances in the air, food, drugs, and so on. Some of the most common triggers of atopic dermatitis are cold, dust mites, pollen, animal fleas, seafood, eggs, and certain drugs. Atopic dermatitis sufferers often also suffer from other atopic diseases, such as asthma and allergic rhinitis.
Miliaria (prickly heat)
This condition occurs when the outflow of the sweat glands becomes blocked, it can be due to excessive pressure on the skin, increased sweat production itself, infection or irritation of the skin, and various other factors. Often, prickly heat occurs in babies and children, but it does not rule out that it also occurs in adults. Typically, this condition is more often spread over areas of the skin that sweat a lot, such as fingers, hands, feet, face, stomach, back, and body folds.
Hand foot and mouth disease, and so on
Judging from the complaints that you conveyed, we advise you not to delay to see a doctor or a dermatologist directly. It is feared that if you don't get adequate treatment right away, your complaints can spread to other areas of the body and it will be more difficult to get. be healed. Usually, it is enough with direct inspection, the doctor can identify the best treatment. However, the doctor may also recommend laboratory tests, allergy tests, or other supporting tests before giving you the right treatment.
At this time, you should not scratch excessively the rash that appears on your skin, especially until you squeeze or force it off. Take a more diligent shower 2 times a day, always change your clothes after every shower and if you sweat excessively. Choose clothes that are made of soft, loose material, and absorb sweat. Avoid changing clothes with other people so as not to cause infection. Drink lots of food, eat nutritious food. And don't forget, avoid skin contact with substances that might trigger allergies or irritation on your skin. To treat itching temporarily, you can first apply calamine lotion on your itchy skin.
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