Please Help, Blisters On The Nose Near The Eyes?
I want to ask, how come in my upper nose suddenly there is a pretty large blister wound and that’s the position near my eyes, I don’t know anything at all, what I know suddenly my upper nose is itchy and deep 3 days immediately swollen and filled with fluid, and around the blister wound became swollen but there was no fluid (like after fighting), and until now the situation is still like that (blisters with swollen fluid (about 100 coins, right next to the eye), and swelling around the wound), please help, will be very helpful
Hello, Word. thanks in advance for the question.
Skin disorders can be caused by various factors, for the appearance of wounds in the form of lumps and fluid-filled can be called vesicles. There are several possible diseases with this vesicle lesion including:
- Chickenpox / Varicella. generally accompanied by accompanying symptoms such as fever, dizziness, weakness, and appearing red rash with vesicles that feel itchy almost all over the body.
- Chickenpox / Herpes Zoster. Is an infection of the nerves and skin, this is a condition that can occur if the varicella virus / chicken pox settles on the spinal cord or at the base of the skull bones and when an adult can become active again shingles, usually feels painful , heat with vesicle lesions and appears only in certain parts of the body following the infected nerve region.
- Herpes simplex. This virus is divided into 2 types namely HSV 1 and HSV 2, generally HSV 2 which causes genital herpes, whereas HSV 1 generally causes herpes in the area around the mouth / face.
To determine the exact cause of your complaint, the doctor needs to examine the skin disorder directly, apart from a medical interview related to the history of the disease, it is necessary to make a direct observation of the wound so that it can be identified possible causes and appropriate treatment. For that we recommend that you can see a dermatologist immediately.
Some tips that you can do in the treatment of injuries that occur include:
- try to keep the wound dry, not exposed to water
- keep it clean, don't expose it to dust or other non-sterile objects
- If there are open sores, cover the wound with gauze when leaving the house
- do not give ointments carelessly without consulting a doctor
Thus the information we can convey, thank you and hopefully useful.