Overcoming Red Bumps On Baby’s Skin Due To Mosquito Bites?
Good evening, I want to ask my ankle when I am 6 months old, how do I get rid of black spots on legs and red spots due to mosquito bites so they don’t leave black on the skin. Thank you
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The skin is the outer most protective body. The skin has the ability to regenerate which is used to repair itself. You do not need to worry, the baby's skin has a reddish bump due to being bitten by mosquitoes or other insects, the reddish ones will turn black, eventually fade and disappear. There is nothing that needs to be given to babies.
However, babies need to be taken care of so they are not bitten by mosquitoes again. Because mosquitoes are disease-carrying insects, such as dengue fever, malaria and elephantiasis. All three of these diseases are severe infections that can cause babies to die.
The best step is to eliminate mosquito breeding sites in your home. Mosquitoes live hung clothes and other cloth, especially dark colors. Then the mosquito will lay eggs in a pool of water. So, you must destroy these two groups of mosquito breeding sites. Avoid hanging clothes, closing any water reservoirs, filling wells or other puddles with betta fish and burying waste that has the potential to hold water (bottles and plastic waste).
Thus hopefully useful.