How To Deal With A Bite Of Festering Cat Fleas On The Buttocks?
Hello doctor, A while ago I was bitten by a flea cat. I found the lice on my chest. Over time, wounds that appear to contain pus, and will rupture and then open sores that appear very sore and hot. Then, a wound appeared in the middle of my buttocks, it felt very hot and festering. For walking difficult, because the wound will be rubbed when I walk. Then, the open wound is now slightly enlarged, what should I do? 💛
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints about the injury that you experience, can actually occur due to various possibilities, apart from the cat fleas themselves. Among the possibilities are:
Insect bites such as tomcat Herpes virus infection Conditions impetigo or bacterial infection of the skin Immune system disorders
However, the condition must be seen directly in order to ascertain the possible causes. Our advice, you should check yourself to a dermatologist, so you can see the characteristics of the wound, whether it appears to contain water, filled with pus, what color, shape, boundaries and other characteristics. Treatment will be determined based on the possible causes after the examination, but generally in the form of a combination of oral medication and ointment.
Meanwhile, do not touch the wound, keep it dry, if there are lumps, try not to break, reduce friction by avoiding the use of tight clothing, and consumption of pain medications and anti-inflammatory drugs that are sold freely by reading the rules of use that are listed while waiting for treatment from a dermatologist . So, hopefully answering your question.