Itching Itching To Sores On The Child’s Skin?
Late afternoon, I want to ask for an explanation from the doctor. My child aged 2.8 years initially had lumps all over his body, then itching itching u0026amp; now it’s a wound. We have tried using saleb for allergies, saleb for wounds but nothing has changed. Please advise
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Hives and itching that spreads almost all over the body, there are many possible causes. Indeed, one of the most common triggers for this complaint is allergies. Various substances can trigger allergies, causing complaints like what your child feels, for example when exposed to cold temperatures, pollen, dust mites, seafood, eggs, drugs, or other substances. Not infrequently, in addition to bumps and itching, allergy sufferers may also experience other complaints, such as body swelling, sneezing, coughing, itchy and watery eyes, shortness of breath, nausea and vomiting, and so on. Excessive bumps and itching that are scratched can lead to sores on the skin or also inflamed scars that are bothersome and more difficult to remove.
Apart from allergies, some examples of other conditions that can also trigger bumps, itching, and sores are atopic dermatitis, miliaria (prickly heat), folliculitis (hair root infection), cutaneous candidiasis (fungal infection), insect bites, scabies (scabies), excessive emphasis on the skin, drug side effects, and so on. If not treated properly, the skin sores that appear can develop secondary infections, making them watery, festering and more prone to spreading to surrounding areas of the body.
Therefore, before it's too late, you should check your child directly to a doctor or a dermatologist. Through a thorough evaluation, or assisted by allergy tests, blood tests, or skin tissue sampling to be examined microscopically, doctors generally can give children You are the best handling. Avoid giving children any ointments or drugs carelessly to avoid dangerous side effects.
As an initial treatment, here are some suggestions that you should do:
Bathe your child in the morning and evening to keep their body clean Choose skin care products that are specially formulated for babies and children, including soap, shampoo, baby oil, and so on. Put on clothes that are soft and also clean. Give children understanding not to scratch their skin Those who itch Diligently wash children's hands and shorten their nails Do not allow children to exchange personal items with other people, especially those with infectious skin diseases Avoid children from exposure to substances that can make allergies on their skin recur (as mentioned above) Apply calamine lotion to reduce the taste Itching on the child's skin Give the child a lot more to drink Give the child a healthy diet, first reduce the provision of seafood, eggs, dairy products, and nuts. Hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah