Fluid-filled Spots On The Child’s Skin?
hello doctor r ndok I want to ask my son aged 16 months when he got a liquid benthic, so at first from one hand, he continued to spread his legs, I immediately took it to the midwife, the midwife said that the early rich midwife wanted smallpox so I was given ointment, but how come it was given ointment, how come many of them turn out to face but the liquid spots are like branches that only hit the hands and feet and the face
The condition of having liquid spots in your child can be caused by various medical conditions, including:
Impetigo, a bacterial infection of the skin that can cause spots filled with white to yellowish discharge Varicella or chicken pox, is caused by a viral infection that causes reddish spots filled with fluid Infection by parasites etc.
Because it can be caused by various conditions and has a similar picture of the disease, it is necessary to do a direct examination of your child's skin to determine the cause. The doctor will perform an examination of the area where the spots contain the fluid and some additional tests if necessary. Treatment can be in the form of antivirals, antibiotics, antihistamines, etc. according to the underlying cause.
Here are some things you can do regarding your child's condition:
Drink plenty of water. Do not scratch or break the spots. Consume nutritious foods. Keep skin clean
If your child's complaints are getting worse and you start to worry, it's a good idea to visit the doctor to get the right treatment
May be useful
dr. M. Rizki