Medication To Deal With Red Circles And Itching And Suppuration On The Scalp Near The Neck?
I want to ask a few months ago my scalp near my neck had a red circle and felt itchy, then now it has bumps and bumps, what is the solution to treat it?
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There are several possibilities that can cause symptoms of reddish circular spots, bumps, and festering that feels itchy on the neck skin, which are most common:
Numular dermatitis, which is inflammation of the skin with symptoms in the form of reddish spots / bruntus on the skin, small, coin-like shape, multiple, multiple, group, accompanied by itching, most often located in the lower limbs, body, back of hands, and arms under; tend to appear repeatedly, can be associated with a history of atopy allergic contact dermatitis, namely skin inflammation due to skin contact with allergenic substances (eg, rubber, metal, plant pollen, dust, mites, animal protein), related to the process of immune formation so that generally symptoms arises after repeated exposure to allergenic ingredients Irritant contact dermatitis, ie skin inflammation due to skin contact with irritative substances (for example: soap, detergents, certain beauty products, chemicals, etc.), not related to the process of immune formation so that generally symptoms can immediately appear on first exposure to irritative ingredients Atopic dermatitis, ie chronic / chronic and recurrent skin inflammation, associated with a history of atopy (asthma, allergic rhinitis, allergic conjunctivitis) in patients or families Hypersensitivity to insect bites You are advised to see a doctor or doctor directly skin and genital specialists a gar symptoms experienced can be evaluated and treated appropriately. The doctor may give a cream / ointment to be applied to the skin that has symptoms, as well as oral medication to treat the cause and / or symptoms of itching.
As a suggestion, you are advised to avoid exposure to ingredients / products that are known or suspected to trigger symptoms, avoid scratching the skin rash so as not to cause injuries or secondary infections, as well as taking regular baths twice a day using relatively softer soaps (eg soap baby).
To enrich insight, you can read articles about dermatitis. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.