How To Deal With Singapore Flu At The Age Of 23 Years?
I want to ask, usually Singapore flu is for kids. This for the age of 23 also hit, for example like me, I feel all of the heat, no appetite, cough etc.? For how long an adult can recover from this illness and has been treated by a doctor given an ointment but there is still a lot of fluid especially in the face, buttocks, back, hands and thighs. Still many asking for advice huh? If I use caladin to cool my itch, can I, because it is very itchy and very hot, makes me sleep? Please info, thanks
Hello Lidya, Thank you for the question.
Singapore flu is a contagious viral infection that causes the appearance of skin rashes in the form of watery spots on the skin on the palms, soles, and mouth sores in the oral cavity. In addition to skin rashes, sufferers will also experience symptoms of fever, sore throat, cough, and decreased appetite. This disease is more common in children but does not mean this condition cannot occur in adults. To diagnose this disease, your doctor needs to find out more information about your complaint and check for skin rashes that appear. In general, Singapore flu will recover within 7-10 days. Thus, if you still experience a skin rash, this condition is still a reasonable condition unless it has been more than 10 days and you still have a skin rash that is still in the form of water resilience. To deal with itching, you can use the calamine lotion you mentioned. Avoid breaking the leach of skin that is still there, if the leach is broken you can clean it with a clean, damp cloth. Get more rest and keep your food and drink intake. Please continue your treatment recommended by the doctor. If the itching does not improve after using this lotion, please see your doctor again.
Hopefully this information is useful.