Reddish Bumps On The Face, Hands And Feet After Falling?
My mother just fell 1 month ago from the bathroom. The first obstacle was immediately ordered, after being sorted out the legs were still swollen finally brought pain to the doctor, the doctor was given the medicine but the feet were still swollen and still hurt when taken on the road. Then I took it to the hospital, on the X-ray, there was no result from the X-ray, but on my face, hands, feet, my mother had a red bump like a scratched wound.
Thank you for the question.
Swelling and pain in the leg after a fall can be a sign of mild or severe tissue damage in your mother's leg, for example joint dislocation, ligament injury, fracture or fracture, edema, hematoma, and so on. This condition alone should not be directly related to the appearance of red bumps on his face, hands and feet.
More likely, reddish bumps that appear on your mother's body arise due to allergies, such as drug allergies given by doctors or also allergic to other substances. Apart from allergies, reddish bumps may also occur due to skin infections, insect bites, contact dermatitis, excessive skin pressure, excessive stress or anxiety, infections of other organ systems, and so on.
To be clear, you need to see your mother directly to the doctor or dermatologist. Bring the medicine that the doctor gave you before, so that the doctor can assess the potential connection with the complaints that he is experiencing at this time. If necessary, the doctor will be able to coordinate with the doctor who treated your mother's feet beforehand so that treatment can be done more comprehensively. In the meantime, you can first do the following steps:
Encourage your mother not to press or rub her bumpy skin excessively Remind your mother to take a clean and regular shower, then wear a moisturizer, and dress clean, loose, and made from soft Avoid carelessly applying medication or taking any medicine without doctor's advice Give a lot your mother's water Keep her away from substances that might cause allergies