How To Treat Itchy, Reddened, Dry Skin And Appear Small Pus?
Afternoon, I suffer from itching that doesn’t heal after a few months and at this time I feel that my skin feels itchy, reddened, dry and appears a small lump filled with pus and feels thick and tender skin, is this a dermatitis? What effective medicine to cure it huh?
Thank you for the question.
Itching, redness, dryness, suppurating nodules, thickened skin and feeling sore indeed often occur due to dermatitis, or inflammation of the skin. There are so many types of dermatitis, one of the most common triggers of complaints like yours is atopic dermatitis. This condition is prone to be experienced by people with other atopic tendencies, such as asthmatics or allergic rhinitis. Complaints due to atopic dermatitis occur because of immune disorders that cause excessive sensitive skin to irritants, allergens, and microorganisms that cause infection from the outside.
In addition to atopic dermatitis, other skin conditions, such as allergic contact dermatitis, folliculitis, irritant contact dermatitis, impetigo, chicken pox, tinea corporis, miliaria, drug eruption, erysipelas, seborrheic dermatitis, mites or other insects, etc. can also cause complaints as you experience now.
Distinguishing the various possible causes above is certainly not enough to do just with an online consultation like this. First, you need to have yourself checked by a doctor or dermatologist. Usually, your doctor will direct you to undergo an allergy test, a biopsy of skin tissue, a blood test, or perhaps other supporting tests before giving the right treatment. Handling can be given later can vary, ranging from giving soap, creams, ointments, or special drinking drugs. In the meantime, what needs to be done is:
It is more optimal to maintain personal hygiene and the environment in which you live and do activities
Diligently wash your hands with antiseptic soap and shorten your nails
Do not carelessly exchange clothing, toiletries, and any personal items with others
Avoid substances that can trigger allergies or irritations on the skin, such as dry air, sunlight
Clean bathing, and apply moisturizer and sunscreen after bathing, then wear clothes that are soft and absorb sweat
No excessive stress
Drink plenty of water
Limit eating seafood, nuts, eggs, milk and processed products
Does not scratch the skin, though itchy
Sprinkle with salicyl powder to reduce itching
Do not take any medicine
Hope this helps ...