Itchy And Sore Spots Around The Lips?
Hello … Oh yes, I have been doing this for a number of years, twice a year, I get spots around my aunt. It feels painful itching, then it contains liquid. ?? 🙁
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Some skin diseases can be related to complaints that you submit, including:
1. Herpes simplex is a sexually transmitted infection that is characterized by blisters that feel hot. Before becoming a blister wound, the rash begins with the presence of nodules filled with water in groups. This disease is caused by a herpes simplex virus (HSV) infection. The virus can attack any part of the body, especially the mouth, anus and genitals that occur due to sexual intercourse in the area. The virus can live in an inactive form in the human body so that it does not cause symptoms, but can still transmit it to others. If immunity decreases, the virus can become active and cause disease. So that patients will experience a recurrence, especially in the early years of infection. Along with the formation of the immune system, the recurrence rate of the disease will also become increasingly rare.
2. Herpes zooster, an infectious disease caused by the varicela zooster virus. This virus is a virus that also causes chickenpox or Varicella.
In the first viral infection, the virus will cause chickenpox. Then, during the process of chickenpox healing, some viruses will enter the nerve vessels. There the virus is inactive (inactive) and will become active when sufferers experience a decrease in the immune system (such as when fatigue and illness). When the virus is active, the virus can only infect parts of the body that are innervated by nerve vessels where the virus was previously active. So that the disease will be characterized by a group of nodules that contain water, feel hot or painful and only on one side of the body (ie only right or left only).
3. Atopic dermatitis, which is inflammation of the skin caused by an allergic reaction. Allergic reactions occur due to exposure to allergens, such as eating eggs, shrimp, exposure to cold temperatures and others. This condition will be experienced by people who are hypersensitive, characterized by having a history of shortness of breath accompanied by a "high" sound, sneezing and runny every morning, allergic contact dermatitis and calligraphy.
You should consult with a dermatologist so that you can be examined directly. Every skin disease needs a direct examination to find out what is causing it. Even in some cases will require laboratory tests. Based on these causes later treatment can be given by doctors.
In the meantime, don't scratch the rash that feels hot. You can compress it with ice to relieve the symptoms. Or consume over-the-counter medication for over-the-counter drugs. And always make sure your nails are short and clean to avoid getting infected scratching.
Thus hopefully useful.