How To Prevent Itching Between Your Fingers From Getting Wider?
My name is Hady, I’m 21 years old, sorry, how do I prevent the large number of spots between my fingers and hands from getting impatient with the other hand. THANK YOU for your help and advice.
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Itchy, watery bumps between the fingers can indicate an infection, allergy, or irritation. This condition can certainly be very disturbing, considering that the fingers are a part of the body that often sweats, so the itching will get worse.
Here are some possible causes for the complaints you are experiencing:
tinea manum; fungal infection of the hands, usually characterized by a red itchy rash that is more active at the edges. Scabies; mite infection, often referred to as scabies, is usually characterized by the appearance of purulent nodules and visible passages of mites under Miliaria's skin; prickly heat, often on body parts that sweat frequently, including between the fingers Contact dermatitis; skin inflammation due to contact with allergens or irritants, eg Varicella detergent; chickenpox, caused by infection with the Varicella zoster virus, usually the nodules spread from the neck, chest, and abdomen, and then spread to the hands and feet Folliculitis Cutaneous candidiasis Impetigo Insect bites, etc. How can you prevent the nodules from spreading? The answer depends on the cause of the nodule. If the cause is known, then treatment can be carried out according to the cause, and the spread can be prevented. Therefore, you should first check the nodule to the doctor.
You can do the following tips to prevent complaints from getting worse:
Do not force peeling or excessive scratching of itchy and itchy skin Take regular baths 2x a day, dry hands well after bathing Always use clean tissue to wipe sweat off hands when sweating Diligently wash hands Avoid applying anything to spots on hands unless prescribed by a doctor If the nodules are dry (not broken), you can sprinkle salicylic powder on the itchy skin to reduce itching. Limit the consumption of foods that often aggravate itching, such as seafood, nuts, or egg yolks. Hope this helps..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah