How To Deal With Herpes In The Legs And Hands So As Not To Spread.?
Tonight, I want to ask. I have herpes, in my calf, plus in my right hand … It’s been 4 more days. Gatel2nya not lost, the legs are not gatel anymore. But it has a bluish red mark … Is this disease dangerous? To cure the disease, is it okay? Please enlighten me .. Thank you ..
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Need to be clarified, have you seen a doctor and diagnosed with herpes? If so, then didn't the doctor give you treatment? What is the exact complaint you are experiencing?
Shingles is clinically often characterized by the appearance of watery rashes that feel itchy, painful, even hot. Typically, shingles due to shingles only appear in one area of the skin that is innervated by certain nerve fibers, and even then it is limited to only one side of the body (just right, or just left). This condition occurs because the reactivation of the virus that previously caused chickenpox, then travels through nerve fibers to the surface of the skin. Not only skin rashes, shingles sufferers also often experience systemic complaints, such as weakness, fatigue, decreased appetite, muscle and joint pain, more sensitive to light, and so on.
Your condition with rashes on your hands and calves is actually not typical to indicate shingles. Therefore, if you have never checked your complaint to the doctor, you should not rush to draw conclusions. In many cases, symptoms of shingles can be very similar to other diseases, for example chickenpox, impetigo, folliculitis, contact dermatitis, herpetiformis dermatitis, scabies, drug eruptions, and so on. Each of these conditions clearly has a different management. Therefore, you should first check yourself to the doctor or dermatologist to be given the right treatment according to the cause of your complaint.
In the meantime, you should not squeeze or slough off any skin rashes that appear. Always use clean and loose clothing, take a shower regularly, and not carelessly give medication to complaints without the advice of a doctor.
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