How To Deal With Itching In People With Measles?
right, my tonsils were accompanied by fever, the condition dropped … then I checked at the hospital that my condition was still the same as the effect of the drug for a while and one of the antibiotics did not match me which resulted in my face itching “I finally went to another doctor and was given another drug. it itchy even more and finally I got this kind of measles, my measles was healed after staying at the hospital and my body condition was normal again and I didn’t drop anymore and my tonsils were still there … but how come my face is sensitive, yes itchy “it’s still in The nose and chin area and brutus are many, I kash the natural republic aloe vera brutus a little less but it’s red “and itching on my skin is still there, that’s the game, how to treat it
Measles or in medical terms is called measles is a viral infection characterized by the appearance of a rash all over the body. Some of the other symptoms include:
Gray-white patches in the oral cavity
Symptoms such as runny nose (stuffy nose, sore throat, etc.)
Based on the information you provide, complaints before the appearance of a rash or redness on your skin can be an early symptom of measles. The appearance of redness on the skin is a further symptom of measles, although it does not suggest an allergic reaction to the drug. Because it requires a direct examination by a doctor to be sure. The complaints that you are experiencing at this time can be an advanced symptom and are a healing phase from measles so you don't need to worry too much.
Some tips that can be done regarding your current condition:
Don't scratch the itchy part
Use an anti-itch powder or lotion to reduce itching
Eat nutritious foods to speed healing
Get enough rest and limit excessive activity
If the complaints you are experiencing are not improving, then it's a good idea to consult your doctor again to get the right treatment.
May be useful
dr. M. Rizki