Red Rash Suppurating In The Baby That Is Increasingly Spreading?
Hy … I want to ask why my baby is 11 months … km. it appears itchy, but the ears until it melts … I take it to the doctor but the medicine is getting runny … now it hits the nose … and the face is red.
Hello Clack, thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com.
Baby's skin is classified as sensitive so it is very easy to experience abnormalities or disorders in the skin layer. If there is interference with the skin layer, bacteria or viruses are very easy to infect, resulting in skin disorders or lesions that appear and interfere. Some diseases that may occur in your child are:
impetigo: infectious skin infections, usually experienced by children and in the form of reddish spots and blisters on the skin that is yellowish.
Atopic eczema: itching that appears continuously and worsens at night and a rash of reddened skin. Very related to factors such as weather, food, animal hair and clothing materials used.
scabies: itching on the skin especially at night, with a rash in the form of spots such as pimples or small scaly blisters caused by the presence of mites that live and lodged in the skin.
It is better to consult a pediatrician or dermatologist to get the right therapy, and try to provide therapy prescribed by the doctor with the use according to the instructions given by the doctor. Wait until a few moments from the count of 24 hours to several days in the future, because sometimes it takes patience and high patience in treating lesions on the skin. It takes a process for drugs to deal with the disease optimally.
Always keep the child's skin clean, clothing and all equipment used so as not to be a transmission of infection-causing transmission that occurs either to other areas of the baby's body or transmission to people around him, besides providing optimal intake of breast milk to improve the immune system, avoid using clothing a baby made from polyester which is quite difficult to absorb sweat, try to make a cool room for your baby. That is what we can say, hope it helps.