Itching Accompanied By Bruntusan Which Increasingly Spreads Throughout The Body?
good morning doctor, I have been experiencing itchiness for almost a month, the first time it did not appear reddish or anything, but after being scratched, the bruntus reds appeared evenly. except face and neck.
Thank you for the question.
Itching and bruising that appears to spread to almost the entire body may have many causes, for example miliaria (prickly heat), bitten by insects, atopic dermatitis (eczema), fungal infections, scabies (scabies), seborrheic dermatitis, herpetiformis dermatitis, cholinergic urticaria, stress, drug eruptions, allergic or irritant contact dermatitis, and so on.
Such conditions should not only be handled independently. Concerned, inadequate treatment risks causing complaints to spread or spread to people around you. Therefore, you should check yourself directly to the doctor or dermatologist so that you are given the right treatment, yes. Some types of treatment, such as powder, ointment, cream, soap, or oral medication may be given by the doctor so that your condition improves. Or, it could also, the doctor recommends that you undergo an allergy test, blood test, and other supporting tests if deemed necessary.
For now, itching and bruntusan you can first overcome by:
Do not scratch or rub the itchy skin
Sprinkle salicyl powder on itchy skin
Clean bathing 2 times a day, use good quality water and bath soap containing salicylic acid and sulfur, then dry your body well using a clean towel with a soft fiber
Use soft, cool clothing, and clean and be replaced periodically
Do not exchange any personal items carelessly with others
Drink more water
Diligently wash your hands with antiseptic soap and also shorten the nails
Not only consume foods that trigger itching, such as sea fish, shrimp, crabs, eggs, milk, and processed products
Avoid contact with substances that might make you allergic
Throw away excessive anxiety and sadness
Hope this helps ...