How To Deal With Infections Of The Skin?
Hello .. I helmi I worked on the technician in a chicken coop .. during my work for 3 months I have an infection every month so I have 3 times an infection .. first in the left leg after recovering it appears again with the left thumb and the last this is the right index finger … I was treated and given the drug Amoxilin. Vit b complex. Dexa And ointment. Healed more than a week … the beginning was just aching pain in the part that was going to be infected and there was no puncture or injury … I wanted to know the type of infection I was experiencing and what was the cause ..
Good evening Helmi, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Actually it is difficult to ascertain what type of infection you are experiencing without being seen and carried out direct examination. When you look at the drugs given, your doctor suspects that the cause of the infection is bacteria. But why the bacteria can infect your feet, that's what needs to be studied further through examination, whether due to injury, scratching habits, lack of hygiene or other causes. More broadly, it could actually be a condition that you experience not because of a bacterial infection, but a viral infection, fungus, immune system abnormalities, and irritation.
Our advice, if the condition continues, return to your doctor for control and evaluation of your body's response to the drug. The doctor will see whether the medicine given so far has the expected effect or not. At this stage, if your condition is judged to be due to the influence of other causes, the treatment will be adjusted again.
But if it has improved, then you don't need to worry, just use good personal protective equipment such as maybe boots, gloves and so on. In the meantime, avoid scratching or squeezing the area of complaint, do not consume drugs without doctor's advice, and check yourself immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.