How To Treat Skin Diseases That Are Bubbly Water?
About 2 days ago I experienced itching and aching on my skin, and in the morning I saw my skin red and then formed a bubble filled with water, because I was afraid I would not scratch or try to break the bubble, the next day the bubble burst on its own and part the skin that is exposed to broken bubbles generates the same bubbles in the surrounding area, like having children, I have begun to suffer more and more on my skin
Hello Rin Tis, thank you for asking.
Actually it would be better if you include information where the blisters on the skin are located. Are the blisters thoroughly on the body or only in one location? There are several possibilities for the appearance of blisters on the skin, including:
chicken pox. Caused by varicella zooster virus infection. Chickenpox often results in greater overall blisters accompanied by itching or tenderness.
shingles. Caused by the same virus as chicken pox. People who have had chicken pox and recovered, then the virus will settle on the nerves in the spine and be inactive. When the immune system decreases, the virus can reactivate and cause herpes. The form is reddish blisters, only on one side of the body, and accompanied by extreme pain.
herpes simplex. Caused by herpes simplex virus infection. Is a sexually transmitted infection. Can occur on the genitals, anus, oral, or face. This form of skin disorder is similar to other herpes. In this infection, other sexually transmitted infections must be suspected.
Bacterial infections of the skin (dermatitis).
Fungal infections of the skin, for example candidiasis.
Allergic or irritant reaction to a certain material.
When blisters are caused by a viral infection, complaints will generally improve within 2-3 weeks. Antiviral drugs only help to prevent blisters from becoming too severe, but the key to healing is to increase endurance. Medication is only to reduce the symptoms of discomfort. Increase your immune system by getting enough rest, drinking enough water, consuming lots of vegetables and fruit, and avoiding cigarettes, caffeine, and alcohol. If blisters are caused by bacteria or fungi, you should get antibiotic therapy. You should consult with your doctor directly, because the diagnosis of skin disorders absolutely requires a direct assessment by a doctor, not through writing alone.
Hopefully this answer can help you a little. Regards.