Good afternoon dock, my child is 34 months old. Pimples appear like pimples on the head, when scratching the skin peeling wet and smells fishy. Then begin to appear in other areas such as the face and body. No fever and normal appetite, no history of allergies. I wonder what medicine is suitable for my child so that the wound that smells fishy can dry quickly dock? Thank you in advance.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The condition he experienced by appearing smelly spots, can occur due to various things, such as infections of various types of skin bacteria, various types of viruses, and parasites on the skin which can arise from where he used to play, the hands of adults who touch them, or the environment in which they live. In a smaller possibility these complaints can also arise due to abnormalities of the immune system, abnormalities of the glands of the skin or other skin disorders.
What is clear, this condition can not be ascertained without direct inspection. Since the condition is starting to spread, you should immediately take your child to a dermatologist for further examination and treatment of his condition. By looking directly, misunderstandings can be avoided and the handling can be more precise. This examination is important because if forced and it turns out the diagnosis is not right, the most disadvantaged is your child.
In the meantime, make sure your child's finger nails remain short, avoid peeling off existing spots, make sure he always keeps it clean, compresses spots with cold compresses, no need to apply anything without doctor's advice, and immediately consult him to the doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.