Itching On The Feet Due To Mosquitoes?
Night, I am 18 years old I want to ask the medicine that is right for my feet … When I take a nap my feet are bitten by mosquitoes and itching arises in my right leg which is very attacking then I scratch and give oil to reduce the itching will but over time my skin feels burning and rheumatic pain so it is difficult for me to walk when after bathing it turns out my feet are bleeding and peeling I want to be treated but I’m confused I want to use alcohol fearing it will get worse but if it continues to be left over time it hurts my legs.
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Excessive scratching itching, especially with dirty hands and sharp nails, can experience irritation and secondary infections. It is this irritation and secondary infection that often makes the skin become scarred, peeling, painful, burning, rheumatic pain, it can even swell and fester.
Not only that, but also, complaints that you experience on the skin of your feet indicate other conditions, such as contact dermatitis, drug eruptions, insect bites or other animals, seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, and so on.
It is better if you do not use alcohol or treat your skin carelessly to prevent the condition from getting worse. Our advice, you consult yourself directly to a doctor or dermatologist so that your skin that has a complaint can be handled properly according to the underlying cause. At home, you can first do the following trick:
Clean the wound with sterile gauze moistened with povidone iodine or NaCl liquid
Do not rub or exfoliate injured skin
Do not close the wounded skin too tight
Keep the injured skin clean and not moisturized
Always wear clothes that are clean, and not tight
Be diligent in bathing, washing hands and feet with antiseptic soap
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