Fever With Watery Spots On The Hands?
hello it’s been 3 days I have a slight fever accompanied by white watery spots not itchy not clustered but quite a lot on my hands, if exfoliated the surrounding dry skin also peels u0026amp; leaving brown spots on it like a new wound, what’s the solution? thank you
Hello Satria, thank you for using the HealthReplies.com service.
Watery spots can be found in several diseases such as:
Shingles is a secondary skin infection caused by Varicella zoster, occurring in people who have had chicken pox, red bumps that are slightly runny and grow in clusters, and eventually become dry crust. Usually these symptoms are not accompanied by fever. Impetigo bullosais a skin infection caused by bacteria, in the form of blisters or open blotches on the skin, which then cause yellow or brown crust. Characterized by blisters that are filled with fluid. The appearance of bullous impetigo is usually also accompanied by fever and swollen lymph nodes. Varicella or chicken pox is a primary skin infection caused by Varicella zoster, with symptoms of red bumps filled with water, fever, headache, and weakness. I recommend that you consult directly with a dermatologist so that a thorough examination can be carried out, such as a physical examination of the skin and additional examinations if necessary, such as skin scrapings, so that treatment can be given immediately according to the diagnosis of your disease.
As for things you can do right now:
- Do not scratch the skin to prevent additional infections
- Take regular breaks
- Eat nutritious foods to speed up the healing process
Such information that I can provide, hopefully can help you.