Fluid-filled Spots On The Body Of A 21 Year Old Teenager?
,, I am Nadia, aged 21 years, I want to ask, why my body sometimes likes to have spots of liquid like smallpox. Previously I had had smallpox in high school. And it’s been a few months on my body like there are small spots but there is a liquid inside that looks like smallpox, even though it doesn’t come out much like smallpox, it comes out like only 2 atw 1 but finally this one is already dry … again in another place. That’s why … Please, I’m a little uncomfortable, how come?
Thank you Nadian Mahdini II for your question on the HealthReplies.com forum, the condition of fluid-filled spots on the skin can be caused by several conditions such as:
- bacterial infection (impetigo)
- viral infections (smallpox, herpes)
- allergic reactions
Fluid-filled spots on the body can be caused by a condition known as impetigo. This situation is caused by a bacterial infection. Where this condition is a contagious condition, transmission usually occurs as a result of direct contact or through other intermediaries such as towels. In this condition, symptoms can occur in the form of:
- Fluid-filled spots appear on the skin
- it can itch or hurt
- can spread
- Freckles of these spots can cause crusts
Where in this condition, usually treatment can be given antibiotics either in the form of topical drugs or drinking drugs. However, it is better if the condition that you are experiencing at this time can be checked first with the related doctor so that it can be done directly to ascertain the cause that is experienced before it can be given an appropriate treatment.
Here are articles about impetigo and smallpox
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