Runny Bumps On The Feet And Itchy To Bleed When Scratched?
Hello I am still a teenager, his complaint is that I have long experienced symptoms similar to herpes simplex, fluid appears, especially the feet … bumps that have water that sometimes itches until scratched and continue to bleed … but it only grows in one place not moved … times this is severe in the soles of the feet … already using all sorts of drugs but it doesn’t get better … what do you think the medicine is?
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There are several possibilities that can cause symptoms of the appearance of fluid-filled nodules on the soles of the feet, including:
Dishidrosis, also known as pompholyx, the exact cause can rarely be identified but risk factors are stress, allergies, exposure to certain metals, hands / feet that often sweat and wet, humid and warm weather, and the use of drugs that cause a weakening of the immune system; complaints in the form of pimple-appearing or fluid-filled fluid, small size, its location can be on the outer edges of fingers, palms, and soles of the feet, accompanying symptoms of itching, usually can disappear itself within 2-3 weeks but has the potential to recurrence
Allergic contact dermatitis, an inflammation of the skin due to exposure to contact with allergenic substances (eg latex, marine animal protein, plant pollen, mites, dust) attached to the skin, is related to the formation of the body's immunity to allergenic substances so symptoms usually appear after repeated exposure against allergenic ingredients
Irritant contact dermatitis, which is inflammation of the skin due to exposure to irritants (for example: detergents, soap, chemicals, etc.) attached to the skin, is not related to the process of immune formation so symptoms can appear immediately on initial exposure to irritative substances
Atopic dermatitis, a chronic and recurrent skin inflammation, is associated with a history of atopy (allergic rhinitis, asthma, allergic conjunctivitis) in patients / families
So that the symptoms that you complain about can be evaluated and treated appropriately, it is recommended that you check yourself directly with your doctor or dermatologist. The doctor will do anamnesis, physical examination, and if necessary supporting examinations according to the indications found, for example: skin chop test for allergy testing. Thus, the doctor can identify the disease causing the symptoms and provide the necessary treatment. You may be given ointments / creams, and oral medicines to treat the disease and relieve itching. If there are indications, the doctor may also recommend light therapy (phototherapy).
To help deal with complaints, you are advised to avoid exposure to risk factors and substances that are thought to trigger symptoms. It's a good idea to use softer (relatively non-irritating) soap, such as baby soap. Be sure to always choose balanced nutritious food for regular consumption.
To enrich insight, you can read articles about dishidrosis. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.