Hand Swollen And Hot, Symptoms Of Leprosy Recur?
. Maybe it returns, if my hand feels tingling, damages the nerves, the inflammation of the hands and the heat doesn’t go away, hair loss, dry skin, eye pain, blurred vision, and pain when you breathe in, when the nerves are pulled, the pain is sore, the breasts feel hard tomorrow. bulge and skit on another day I didn & amp; # 39; t hurt but the air was hard, I was sweating excessively cold. the one who asked if the illness always recurred or had a reaction … and what was the reaction and what was it, what about the air and the excess cold sweat, including from the pain, often because the first draft was not treated … thanks, the answer. .. we have consulted before with the dkr who handled me. Please give an explanation .. r nDok skin lesions, I can’t tell which one is new so it’s difficult to show how I know if the skin is growing or growing again. What is the drah test, like awl prtma check? ,, mhon the answer is we wait …
Hello, Sumi Yati, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Morbus Hansen or leprosy is an infection of the peripheral nerves, skin, eyes and mucous membranes of the upper respiratory tract by the bacteria Mycobacterium leprae. This disease attacks the nerves resulting in peripheral nerve disorders such as tingling, feeling thick / numb, there is weakness of movement, which can have an impact on changes in the shape of certain limbs (eg shortening / contracture, thinning / atrophy). Apart from attacking the nerves, this disease also attacks the skin, by causing patches on the skin (can be reddish in color, or lighter than the surrounding skin) and feel nothing (no itching, no pain). Symptoms of leprosy can be seen in more detail in the article "leprosy / leprosy".
In cases that are not treated properly, it can lead to relapse or recurrence. Patients are deemed to have relapsed if after it is declared that they have stopped taking medication by a doctor (RFT / release from treatment), new skin lesions / abnormalities appear or new active signs of leprosy appear. The doctor must make a diagnosis of recurrence by performing a physical examination and any necessary investigations, such as a skin scraping test.
Meanwhile, the leprosy reaction is an immune system reaction that can occur during the course of leprosy. There are 2 types of reactions, namely the type 1 leprosy reaction which will make the patches more red, warm, essentially aggravating and expanding existing skin lesions. Type 2 leprosy reactions will cause a kind of soft lump (nodule), red, and pain, and often become large amounts of sores.
For questions about your other complaints, such as tingling hands, swelling, hair loss, breast pain, and cold sweats, can be interconnected or not (stand alone). Check with your doctor if it is very disturbing, because to determine the cause, you must collect data regarding the complaint in detail, a complete physical examination, as well as supporting examinations such as blood tests, x-rays, and breast ultrasound.
To reduce pain, you can take paracetamol or profen mother. In addition, you can compress the painful area with a warm towel. Avoid stress (because it can exacerbate complaints such as cold sweat, hair loss, chest pain), avoid smoking and alcohol, adequate daily nutritional and fluid needs, regular exercise, and adequate rest.
If you feel a lump (wherever it is), especially if the lump is getting bigger, feels pain, bleeding / pus, or is accompanied by weight loss with no known cause, please go to the doctor for further examination.
So, hopefully this is useful.
Greetings, dr. Sarah Rizqia.