How To Treat Bumps On The Chest Feels Hard, Itchy And Achy?
hello .. I have a lump / bump on the chest that feels hard, itchy, and feels sore. at that time issued a creamy or pus-like object which was pretty much then deflated but left a black spot, and now it’s a lump again … what kind of disease is that and how to treat it .. ???? THANK YOU 🤗🤗
Some of the causes that can cause complaints of pus-producing lumps include:
Furuncle / boils Skin infections by bacteria Lumps reddish, can form a whitish "eye". Most boils can rupture on their own Given antibiotics and pain medications. If it ruptures on its own, then periodic wound care is done until natural wound healing occurs. Abscess Due to bacterial infections of the skin and subcutaneous tissue Reddish, painful especially when touched, felt warm. Patients can experience fever Treatment with antibiotics, pain relievers, incision (cutting the skin) to remove pus and then proceed with cleaning the inside of the skin, wound care until natural wound healing occurs Skin cysts There are many types, which are formed from different parts of the skin. skin tissue Can be the same color as normal surrounding skin or it can also be reddish if secondary infections occur. Does not cause pain as heavy as an abscess or furuncle. There are several types of cysts that have blackish "eyes". Surgery to remove the cyst sac and its contents as a whole so that it does not recur easily, the wound is then sewn. In addition to the three diseases above, there are still many other diseases that can cause similar complaints including tuberculosis infection of the skin and lymph nodes that require special treatment within a certain period to be cured. To diagnose an illness, the doctor needs to do a direct patient examination. The doctor needs to ask about your complete complaint history, risk factors, history of the disease and treatment that has been done. Investigation of tissue biopsy is also needed especially if the lump is suspected as a specific process or malignancy.
Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.