I Want To Ask Why My Big Toe Is A Bit Broken And There Are Itchy Spots?
6 months old
Hello Wiwin, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will try to answer your question.
Regarding the signs and symptoms that you experience are not so specific to diagnose a disease. But a number of things that might happen to you are as follows:
Contact dermatits. - In this possibility, inflammation of the skin occurs due to exposure to certain substances in the skin, such as detergents, soap, alcohol, etc. Divided into two namely irritants and allergies. Tinea. - Fungal infections of the skin, complaints can vary. But the most prominent is itching complaints. Broken / dry feet. - Can be seen directly on the soles of the feet, or parts of the skin that contain lots of keratin. The skin looks like cracked and broken. Usually this is due to lack of moisture in the feet, or complications from ongoing inflammation such as in long-standing contact dermatitis. Lack of body fluids can also cause these symptoms. Other skin infections. - In other yag infections such as yag which can be caused by bacteria, viruses, and parasites I cannot determine at this time but we need to also suspect that it happens due to lack of information about complaints and symptoms that you are experiencing at this time. Some of the above possibilities are not so dangerous to the patient's condition, but if left untreated can cause disturbances such as persistent itching, feet become uncomfortable when using shoes, odor becomes unpleasant, etc.
There are similarities in signs and symptoms between one skin disease and another. To confirm some of the possibilities above, you can visit a dermatologist, for a direct skin examination, and supporting examinations if necessary.
Right now what you can do is:
Inadequate your daily fluid needs around 2 - 2.5L per day to prevent dehydration. Moisturize your broken leg skin, but be careful of fungal infections. In these conditions actually worsen with the condition of the lemabab. Avoid temporary exposure to certain substances such as soap, detergent, etc. Always dry the wet area thoroughly. Evaluate complaints that occur to you. Avoid wearing shoes that are too moist. Avoid using drugs carelessly. Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption. Consult your doctor if the symptoms get worse. That's all the answers I can give, thank you very much. :)