Lumps Like Keloids From Chickenpox?
Hello. On my left thigh there was a keloid like chickenpox but sometimes it was painful and it could be painful until the whole left leg was different from my right leg which was mild.
Hello Anugrah, thank you for the question.
The condition you are experiencing should be examined further by a doctor. Information is needed such as how long this condition has been experienced, what events started it, and what symptoms are experienced from the appearance of this lump. In addition, the size and size of the lump must also be known.
This condition that you experience can be caused by many things, including:
Keloid formation after injury or injury to the skin in the left thigh area. Keloids are excessive skin growths and often become inflamed, so they can be itchy, painful, or uncomfortable. Infection of the skin of the left thigh, can be in the form of a bullet or an abscess, this can occur due to a bacterial infection of the skin. Atheroma cysts, or cysts that form on the skin, contain oil. Symptoms can form a lump on the surface of the skin Birthmarks which until now have not been ascertained its origin Moles or the formation of spots or spots on the skin due to a collection of skin color producing cells Tumors or malignancies on the skin, for example Melanoma Currently, my suggestion is, monitor development of this lump. If this lump gets bigger, bleeds easily, and other symptoms appear such as excessive pain in the area, a drastic weight loss without exercise, or symptoms such as high fever, weakness, and unconsciousness (signs of sepsis infection), immediately consult a doctor. Your complaint can be consulted with a Dermatologist.
Hopefully the explanation I have provided can help.
Dr. Otniel Budi Krisetya