Psoriasis Skin Disease In Children Aged 2 Years.?
Hello … is a child 2 years old very likely to get psoriasis? what’s the difference with prickly heat? how to treat if exposed to psoriasis until healed permanently? thank you
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Psoriasis skin disease is a skin condition where there is a red rash, the skin looks dry, there is thickening and scaling in the area that is abnormal. Psoriasis is a disorder caused by a complex and multifactorial process, thought to be caused by genetic factors and the body's immune process. The condition of psoriasis can be aggravated by stress, infection or cold weather and dry skin conditions. Psoriasis can be suffered by infants to parents, but often manifests at the age of 15-35 years.
Prickly heat is a condition of the appearance of small reddish rashes on the surface of the skin due to exposure to hot weather or moist skin conditions after sweating. Generally prickly heat can appear on the face, neck, back, chest, armpits, elbows, and groin / groin.
Both of these skin conditions can be intermittent, influenced by the precipitating factors mentioned above for each disease. The condition of psoriasis is only able to be controlled to a minimum, but it cannot disappear permanently because it is influenced by genetics and the body's immune system. To prevent prickly heat conditions can avoid exposure to hot and humid weather, routinely replace clothes with clothes that are dry and clean.
It is advisable to exercise control over a pediatrician regarding your child's condition, if it is felt a condition of recurring and persistent skin disorders. Avoid using self-medication without doctor's instructions, maintain skin hygiene and avoid moist conditions on your child's skin.
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