How To Get Rid Of Blackened Mosquito Bites In Patients With Prurigo?
Good morning. I have suffered from sweet blood or flurigo for 6 years. I have already checked and often drank the medicine from the doctor but it’s still difficult to get rid of mosquito bites and turn black. Is there a very good medicine for sufferers like me? I have already reduced sugar and wear long clothes to avoid being bitten by mosquitoes. thanks
Good afternoon, thanks for the question
Prurigo is a skin disease with the main symptoms of itching for no apparent reason. Skin disorders in the form of small lumps, are chronic, very itchy, and are residual or often recurring. Symptoms can also be accompanied by blackish marks and thickening of the skin, skin blisters and ulceration because they are often scratched. Skin thickening occurs secondary to chronic processes.
The exact cause of prurigo is unknown. The trigger factors for the emergence of prurigo consist of external factors and internal factors. External factors include contact with allergens, physical factors, nutritional status, seasonality, and hygiene and environmental sanitation. Internal factors include family history of allergies, parasitic infections, food allergies, infections, chronic diseases, malignancies, immune, hormonal, and psychogenic factors.
One prevention that can be done is to avoid avoiding insect bites by using pants and long clothes while sleeping or gardening, because insect bites can also trigger symptoms. Use anti-pruritic lotion to reduce itching.
If the complaint is severe enough, the treatment that can be given by a doctor include:
1. Corticosteroid cream
3. Systemic corticosteroids
4. Systemic antibiotics
Prurigo is residif which is easy to recur if there is a trigger factor as previously explained. For this reason, as much as possible avoid common causes such as insect bites, improve sanitation in the home and environment, treat comorbidities, and improve nutritional status.
That's all, hope you can help