Fluid-filled Spots With Itching In Children?
my child has been itching for a week on his hand a small pimple filled with water when the skin ruptures becomes rough sudh to puskes and is given medicine puskes drink and ointment hydrocortisone acetate 2.5% cream but does not heal whether the disease that attacks my child’s hands this?
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Small pimple filled with water is a sign of infection of the skin. Various possible diseases can be a diagnosis for your child. It also needs to be ascertained whether a family other than your child has symptoms similar to yours? Is it itchy? When does the dominant skin feel itchy, morning, noon or night? Did your child change your bath soap or use certain lotions and oils in his hands for 1 week? This can occur due to irritant and allergic contact dermatitis, impetigo, scabies, fungal infections or water fleas, and so on.
Because there are still many possible causes, then the handling can also vary depending on the cause. It is precisely what mothers do by bringing their children to the health center, but it seems to be certain again to the dermatologist so that efforts can be made to establish a more comprehensive diagnosis, then given the best treatment according to the cause.
In an effort to handle the symptoms that your child is experiencing, a number of methods can be carried out as follows:
Routinely wash your child's hands with antiseptic soap, especially after bathing, each after contact with feces, before and after eating, after shaking hands with others, and after playing with dirt. Trim nails periodically. Do not carelessly break, rub, scratch, or prick watery nodules on the skin. Improve personal and family hygiene. Do not contact or come into contact with substances that might cause allergies or irritations to your child's skin. I hope this helps