Overcoming Hand Itchy Skin, Redness, Rough, And Pimples?
Hello, itchy on my hand, the characteristics are redness, the skin becomes rough, and small bumps appear. It feels very itchy. This itch has been appearing for a long time but I have never taken any medicine. Now the bruise is overflowing dokk. Do I need to go to a dermatologist?
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Itchy, red, rough, and pimply skin on the hands can occur due to infection, allergies, irritation, or various other reasons. Often, this condition is not dangerous. However, if not treated properly, this condition can be very disturbing for sufferers. Not only that, if the cause of the condition is an infection, then you also risk transmitting it to other people who come in contact with you, either directly, or indirectly.
Here are some possibilities that underlie your complaint:
Skin infections, for example due to tinea manum, cutaneous candidiasis, scabies, folliculitis, impetigo, miliaria Insect bites Irritation, for example due to contact with detergents or other chemical substances Allergies, for example due to contact with latex, animal dander Other skin inflammation, eg seborrheic dermatitis, neurodermatitis , drug eruptions, etc. Try visiting a doctor or skin specialist directly at the health facility closest to your residence. Usually, enough with a direct examination, the doctor is able to identify the best treatment that needs to be done, for example by administering a special cream or ointment. Or, if necessary, the doctor can also carry out further tests, such as allergy testing, skin tissue sampling to be examined in the laboratory, and so on.
At this time, do not scratch, gouge or even treat the skin of your hands that are experiencing complaints. Be diligent in washing your hands with antiseptic soap, then dry well to avoid moisture. Never contact with substances that are prone to trigger allergies or irritations to the skin (as mentioned above). Do not also give treatment carelessly in the hands of complaints if it is not the doctor who prescribed it directly.
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