Overcoming Itching In The Feet That Causes Watery Sores That Never Heal?
I want to ask a cure for skin disease in the legs … so my feet first felt it was gatel over time it came out a little liquid but thick yellow … then the more blood came out of the liquid the more there was a feeling of relief but eventually it became a widened wound and still itching almost filled the backs of my feet ,, what’s the name of the disease? and if I may know what the medicine is thanks ,, please advise and a solution ..
Good evening, thanks for the question
Skin disorders in the form of wounds that actively ooze pus or blood and tend to expand is a pyoderma. Pyoderma is a skin disease caused by the bacteria Staphylococcus, Streptococcus or by both of the layers of the skin.
Pyoderma is more common in school-aged children, but it can also be in adults associated with poor personal or environmental hygiene. Symptoms of pyoderma include:
1. Initially it will appear like a small, itchy nodule, which can contain fluid or pus with a reddish base and periphery. This complaint can expand into swelling accompanied by pain.
2. Bintil then breaks and becomes dry, hard and very sticky scabs.
3. Can be accompanied by fever, weakness, no appetite.
Skin disorders in pyoderma consist of several types, namely infection of the hair glands (folliculitis) accompanied by inflammation of the surrounding tissue (furunculosis), superficial ulcers (ectima), or in children in the form of bubbles filled with fluid that breaks forming scabs in the face (impetigo) ).
Handling in the case of pyoderma is by giving antibiotics, either in the form of topical preparations or oral medications. If there are not too many skin lesions, antibiotic ointment can be considered alone, and it is recommended to improve personal hygiene.
Meanwhile, if the skin disorder is widespread and does not respond to topical medication, oral antibiotics can be given in accordance with the pattern of germ sensitivity. Other possible causes include numularis dermatitis. Numularis dermatitis is an acute inflammation of the skin with the appearance of skin disorders that are itchy, wet and tend to be round like a coin. Often attacks the area of the lower limbs, body, arms, including the back of the hand.
It is best to consult with a doctor to get appropriate drug therapy with the right medical indications and dosages.
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