Pain In The Body Accompanied By A Red, Watery Rash That Spreads Throughout The Body?
Hello Hello .. r nI am nadya, 26th. It’s been 5 days my right leg hurts and after that a red rash appeared on my buttocks (it was the first day) * second day * my leg was still aching and sore and the nodules increased in the same area but a bit far about 2cm. The third day * my leg was still sore and a lump I burst out of water and suddenly appeared on the back of the knee, and the abdominal area and upper groin bone also felt painful. The fourth and fifth day / until now * the leg still hurts, the nodule is on the sole of the right foot and if I walk a little it hurts, and my back and hips / hips hurt, and after I touch the left and right groin bones on the right it looks like a small lump and when I pressed it a little pain, and it also increased in the area of the vagina, I felt pain. And my head hurts so much. Please provide information and explanation because I am very worried about what I am experiencing at this time 🙁 thank you very much. Thank you Wr.Wb 🙏🙏
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Body aches accompanied by the appearance of a red, fluid-filled rash that spreads to various parts of the body, most likely indicate an infection. Some types of infections that can show this clinical appearance are:
Herpes zoster (shingles, caused by reactivation of the virus that causes chickenpox, watery nodules usually appear on one side of the body limited to the area of the infected nerve dermatome only)
Varicella (chickenpox, caused by the Varicella zoster virus, a watery rash usually appears in various parts of the body, spreading from the middle side and outwards, namely the hands and feet)
Folliculitis (infection of the hair follicles, can result from a bacterial or fungal infection)
Scabies (infection caused by the mite Sarcoptes scabiei)
Cutaneous Candidiasis (yeast infection Candida sp)
HIV, and so on
It could also, your complaints arise due to other skin inflammation, for example due to contact dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, and so on which experience secondary infections due to poor personal hygiene. A painful lump around your groin may occur due to swollen lymph nodes (lymphadenitis) which occurs due to inflammation of the skin or other parts of the body where lymphatic drainage leads to the lymph nodes in the groin.
Our advice, given that your complaints have been going on for days and seem to be spreading, you don't let them drag on. Go directly to a doctor or dermatologist for a clinical examination to find out the cause of the disease. Your doctor may also recommend that you undergo further tests, such as a blood test or taking a sample of a rash on the skin or a lump in the groin to be examined microscopically.
In the meantime, what you can do is:
Do not force break, scratch, or peel off a rash that appears
Take paracetamol to improve body aches and pains
Expand to drink 2 to 3 liters of water per day
Get more rest, don't be too tired yet
Wear comfortable, clean clothes
Shower regularly, use an antiseptic soap
Do not exchange soap and clothes with other people
Avoid contact or consuming substances that you are prone to allergies to
Do not take other drugs carelessly (except those prescribed directly by a doctor)
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah