How To Deal With Colds, Coughs, Weakness And Itching On The Face?
Hello, my mother has been sick for a week and has a cough until my chest is suffocating and itchy on the face, after the doctor said the doctor was just a cold and a regular cough, now the cough is getting better but the itching on the face still hasn’t subsided and the appetite isn’t normal and it’s still a bit limp whether the condition will return to normal after the cough is completely healed?
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Flu complaints, coughs, weakness and itching experienced by your mother, most likely due to different reasons, because as you might have often experienced and encountered in everyday life, flu and cough are generally not accompanied by itching on the face. While the decrease in appetite is actually a symptom that is not typical and can be found in any disease so it does not cause significant clinical significance.
The possible causes of facial itching on your mother are:
Allergy Cosmetic irritation, soap or other chemicals Side effects Medication Insect bites Dry skin Bacterial or fungal infections Nerve disorders Other medical conditions such as diabetes, disorders of the liver or bile
Our advice, you should check your mother at a dermatologist, to see the possibility of the disease, especially for symptoms of itching on the face. Another option, if you can not go to a dermatologist for one reason or another, you can wait until the medicine given by the doctor runs out. If the medicine has run out and there is no improvement complaints, return to the same doctor for further evaluation and treatment. If previously the doctor who handled your mother was a general practitioner, after the evaluation was done your mother might be referred to the appropriate specialist doctor.
Meanwhile, keep your mother's immune system by keeping her away from sick people, cigarette smoke, stress and asking her to get enough rest. If there are cosmetics that have just been used, stop for a while, and try not to scratch his face. Cold compresses to reduce itching, or sprinkle salicyl powder that can be obtained freely at the nearest pharmacy. So, hopefully answering your question.