Skin Disease In Children Who Are Chronic?
good afternoon, I want to ask my child from the age of 2 years until now he is 14 years old with skin diseases such as curriculums on both legs, how is the solution to get better soon …? I have tried to take it to a specialist skin doctor is also not recovered I’m confused what to do 😥
Hello Astrid, thank you for asking.
Do you mean by kurik is a skin condition like eczema? The term curik may be a local term that is unknown in the medical world, so it is rather difficult for us to get a picture. If what you mean is a skin condition that looks like a condition for eczema, then it is possible, considering there are types of skin disorders that can last year from a child to adolescence or adulthood. Some conditions that your child may experience are:
atopic dermatitis (atopic eczema). This condition generally occurs in infants and toddlers, but in some children can survive into adolescence. Can affect one or several areas of the skin and can occur continuously or disappear. Itching is generally more severe at night. The skin can become dry, thickened, scaly, and blackened. In some cases the skin can be infected with bacteria due to scratching, so the skin becomes wet festering. allergic contact dermatitis. The picture is similar to dermatitis in general but is caused by contact with substances that cause allergic reactions. irritant contact dermatitis. As a result of contact with language which causes irritation. bacterial dermatitis. fungal infections such as tinea. psoriasis. An autoimmune condition that causes the skin to die quickly and peel off. the existence of systemic disease conditions that cause skin disorders. The best way indeed you must routinely control the dermatologist. Skin disorders must be assessed through direct physical examination in order to determine the diagnosis. In addition, generally the condition of skin disorders takes a long time to heal, sometimes it can reach monthly or annual therapy and control. The condition of skin disorders cannot be completely resolved if only occasional medical treatment. The doctor must monitor its progress whether there is progress or not. The doctor may also have to look for other causes such as allergies or other physical conditions that cause skin problems. If you are in doubt, you can seek a second opinion from another doctor.
In the meantime, maintain optimal skin hygiene. Bathing a maximum of two times a day, use a fragrance-free soap, use a fragrance-free moisturizer, improve your diet by increasing intake of vegetables and fruit and limiting intake of trans fats (for example, eating fried in used oil). Thus a few reviews from us, hopefully can increase knowledge. Regards.