How To Treat Inflammation Due To Mites?
Hello doctor. You ask, how to cure inflammation caused by demodex
Lice / tunggau demodex is a louse that can live in the follicle (the place where hair / hair grows) and the surface of the skin of mammals (including humans). Where there are 2 types of demodex ticks that can attack humans, namely Demodex folliculorum and Demodex brevis.
Demodex folliculorum usually lives in the hair follicle while Demodex brevis lives on the surface of the skin where brevis types will consume oil produced by the skin's oil glands.
Both types of demodex lice are transmitted through contact with people who have been affected by lice. The symptoms that arise are discoloration of the skin, scaly skin, itching, pain and pain, eyelashes become swollen eyelids, and eyelashes fall out.
In general, the type of lice Demodex folliculorum is not dangerous and only causes problems in those who have problems with endurance such as those who are taking steroid drugs for long periods and in large doses, the presence of medical conditions such as liver disorders or cancer or HIV. And for the Demodex brevis type of lice also tend to be experienced by those who experience immune system disorders, but the presence of conditions such as acne, eczema, oily face can also increase the risk of a Demodex brevis type of lice infection.
Medication to deal with Demodex folliculorum infestation should be under the supervision of a doctor, because the drugs used are included in the class of hard drugs so the administration must be according to indications, so it must be ascertained in advance whether your condition is really caused by a Demodex folliculorum infestation or caused by other problems (because there are still other medical conditions with similar symptoms but not caused by the two types of ticks demodex). In addition, these types of lice tend to attack areas of the face where the skin tends to be very sensitive, where the administration of local insecticides is expected to kill these fleas but also potentially cause irritation or allergies.
While Demodex brevis infections tend to be overcome with simple treatments, such as routine bathing and washing your face to reduce facial oil and skin (where the lice live by consuming the oil), regularly washing hair, eyebrows, and eyelashes with shampoo. In addition, when you are sweating or exposed to sunlight you should immediately take a shower, and temporarily avoid using this type of lotion and sunscreen products. In conditions of severe Demodex brevis infection usually requires treatment, but similar to Demodex folliculorum infection, treatment should be under the consideration of a doctor who has examined you directly, because the use of hard drugs and the risk of causing irritation and allergies.
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