Doc Wants To Ask The Doc Good Inerson Is Not A Doc
My body itched red bumps appear red bumps. I apply Inerson good no. I read the contra indications for what should not be a doctrine of tuberculosis or what.
Originally posted 2020-04-14 08:48:58.
Thank you for the question.
Itching accompanied by reddish bumps on the skin can show a variety of conditions, for example folliculitis, fungal infections, scabies, prickly heat, contact dermatitis, chicken pox, atopic dermatitis, insect bites, allergies, drug eruptions, hormonal disorders, inflammatory disorders, and so on. Various conditions can certainly be different handling, depending on the cause and severity. Therefore, it is not recommended for you to take any medication before it is confirmed to the doctor what is the cause of your complaint, including the ointment you mentioned. This ointment contains the active composition of Desoximethasone, a corticosteroid anti-inflammatory drug, which is only appropriate for the treatment of itching and reddish bumps on the skin if the cause is related to allergies or other inflammatory disorders. When used in other medical conditions, in addition to not healing, this ointment can also cause side effects, such as dry skin, pigmentation disorders, allergies, and so on. In people with poor immune system or in people with certain infections (including tuberculosis, fungal infections, etc.), the use of these drugs can cause serious health risks.
Our advice, as long as the itching is not festering and only involves a little surface area of the body, then don't you panic. You can handle your complaint first by:
Bathe diligently, use hypoallergenic and non-irritating soap Always use loose clothing, soft material, absorb sweat, and also clean Although itchy, don't scratch excessive skin, especially with dirty hands, don't also squeeze or rub lumps on the skin Avoid swapping any personal objects with other people Keep your skin from contact with substances that trigger allergies or irritants, such as latex, dust mites, animal hair, cold, pollen, mold spores, sharp detergents, etc. Be more diligent in drinking water and eating foods that contain antioxidants rich In order to reduce itching, sprinkle salicyl powder on your itchy skin. However, if your complaint actually seems more widespread, festering, or even transmitted to people around you, you should check yourself directly to the doctor or dermatologist to be given the right treatment
I hope this helps.