Itching In The Breast Until A Small Lump Appears?
, Please help me. My breasts felt very itchy, then I scratched. After scratching, a small lump appeared with a yellow liquid in the daalam. Some days the lump will dry up and form a crust, but it still feels itchy. After peeling the crust will leave a black color on the skin. After recovering, the itching will come again a few weeks later. Please, what do you think this is? thank you
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Itching in a woman's breast is usually a normal thing to happen due to hormonal fluctuations. Itching often worsens before menstruation, during pregnancy, or uses certain contraceptives. The cause of itching is not known for sure. However, according to many sources, this condition occurs due to the influence of hormones that make the skin drier and easily irritated.
Itching in pure breasts caused by hormonal fluctuations should not appear with watery nodules as you experience them. If in addition to itching you also experience yellowish watery nodules, which often dry up, crust, and peel, this condition may be aggravated by other reasons, such as skin infections (can be due to fungus, bacteria, mites, or viruses), contact dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis psoriasis, insect bites, and so on. Inappropriate actions, such as excessive scratching of itchy skin or forceful removal of nodules on the skin that has not healed completely can cause the skin to turn black and complaints spread to other areas of the skin.
It's best if you first resolve your complaint with the following steps:
Diligent and clean bathing using antiseptic soap Use a bra and clean clothes, change at least 2 times a day No excessive scratching of itchy skin, nor squeeze or exfoliate it forcefully Don't give any treatment to itchy skin without doctor's advice Sprinkle salicyl powder on itchy skin Use clothing that is made from soft and loose Do not always exchange personal belongings with others (including clothing) Avoid contact with substances that can trigger inflammation of the skin If in 3 to 5 days your complaint still does not improve, or looks increasingly spread to other parts of the body, you should immediately check the complaint to a doctor or dermatologist so that it is handled well, right?
I hope this helps.