Red Spots On The Skin But Not Itchy?
Hello … I want to ask if there are red spots, why? What is the cure? But it’s not wrong …
Hello Nita, thank you for the question.
Red spots on the skin can occur due to inflammatory reactions, infections, drugs, or due to rupture of blood vessels in people with low platelet counts or blood clotting cells. Red spots on the skin can be a sign that is not dangerous and can also be dangerous so you should find out the cause of the red spots. Some conditions that can cause red spots include:
Rupture of blood vessels due to decreased platelet count, such as in cases of dengue fever, blood cell abnormalities, etc. The occurrence of erythema, which is a condition in which blood vessels become enlarged so the skin becomes red Contact dermatitis, skin infections due to bacteria or viruses Allergic reactions Facial skin sensitive, for example exposure to sunlight, etc. If complaints are felt to be disturbing you should consult a doctor. The doctor will do a direct examination and additional examinations if needed such as laboratory tests, skin scrapings, and so forth. Treatment will be adjusted according to the underlying cause. To prevent and exacerbate complaints, you should:
Keep skin moist, can use skin moisturizers regularly. Wear protective clothing or gloves when risking exposure to complaints. For example, when washing with detergent. Avoid direct exposure to UV rays, use sunscreen when outdoors activities Take a shower routinely using fragrance-free soap. Be more careful when caring for your pet and plants, especially if you have a history of allergies. Avoid trauma or injury Perform a healthy lifestyle If red spots arise accompanied by other complaints such as nosebleeds, bleeding gums, high fever, itching, swelling all over the face, or arise more and more, you should immediately consult a doctor.
Thus, hopefully it helps.