How To Deal With White Bumps On The Skin?
Symptoms of a lump filled
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Are the white bumps that you mean filled with fluid or filled with pus?
If what you mean is a pus-filled bump, it is likely that the condition is caused by a bacterial infection of the skin (pyoderma). There are various types of pyoderma, there are superficial pyoderma (located on the surface of the skin), there is also deep pyoderma (located in the deeper part of the skin). If a pus-filled bump is visible on the surface of the skin, then the pyoderma is a superficial pyoderma. There are many kinds of superficial pyoderma. There is what is called impetigo, folliculitis (infection occurs in the hair follicles), boils (boils), carbuncles (several small boils that combine into one large boil), furunculosis (boils that occur in many places). If what you are experiencing is a pus-filled bump, then it's a good idea to immediately see a dermatologist for further evaluation and treatment. If indeed bumps occur in many places, your doctor may give you medication in the form of drinking antibiotics. If only in certain places (only a few), chances are the doctor will only give antibiotic ointment only. Meanwhile you are expected not to scratch the bumps on your body because it can cause further infection and spread of infection to other skin areas.
If what you mean is a swollen filled with fluid (the contents of the bumps appear clear), then it is likely that the condition is caused by a viral infection (possibly chicken pox). This condition is generally mild and resolves on its own. You only need to take symptom relievers such as fever medicine (paracetamol) if you have a fever. What needs to be considered is that this condition is very contagious. Therefore, as long as the bumps are still there, you should not go to a crowded and crowded place. We recommend that you take a day off from your school or work until all the bumps are completely gone.
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