Ointment For Treating Wounds Due To Irritation And Itching In The Armpits?
Can Bioplacenton ointment be used to treat injuries due to irritation and itching in the armpits? Please answer, thank you
Thank you for the question.
Itching in the armpits can be purely caused by excessive friction, for example in obese people. It could also, this itching occurs due to allergies, irritation, insect bites, skin infections, prickly heat, hormonal fluctuations, xerosis, seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, and many other medical conditions. This itching, if not treated properly, but excessively scratched, can certainly cause injury.
These wounds and itching should not be treated carelessly. Therefore, improper wound management risks causing secondary infection. Secondary infection in the wound can later cause the wound to become swollen, red, painful, itchy, runny, festering, and obviously more difficult to handle. The ointment you mentioned is not always appropriate to treat wounds and itching, especially without direct advice from a doctor.
The good, first check yourself to the doctor or dermatologist to further evaluate the possible causes of wounds and itching. Usually, your doctor will only need to give you topical or oral medication to improve your complaints. In addition to undergoing medical treatment, you also need to do the following steps so that your complaints heal faster:
Bath diligently and cleanly with good quality water and antiseptic soap
Do not use deodorants or antiperspirants that contain alcohol or other irritative substances in the armpits
Wear loose clothing, soft material, absorb sweat, and clean
Do not carelessly exchange clothes or other personal belongings with others
Do not scratch excessive itchy armpit skin
Keep your weight so that it is always ideal
Drink plenty of water
Avoid skin from contact with substances that are allergenic or irritative
Hope this helps ...