Small Spots Filled With Fluid In The Body That Are Increasingly Spreading?
Good night doctor, my room was sleeping and I accidentally broke a spot on my stomach that contained water, I thought it was a pimple and I didn’t care. Then the next day after I took a shower I held my hand and there was 1 spot filled with water but it didn’t itchy. I saw it in the mirror and then my stomach also had 4 spots that spread 1 by 1 and also didn’t feel itchy, and if I felt it would feel right a little pain . Before that, I also didn’t have a fever, as usual, and there were no spots of itchy water and it spread on my stomach, chest, hands. Thank you
Hello Ayu Putri, thank you for asking.
Blisters on the skin can be caused by many things. Blisters may be caused by irritation, allergies, infections, or autoimmune conditions. The location and symptoms also vary. Some blisters appear on the face and head, some appear on the arms and legs, there are blisters that appear on the middle part of the body. Generally blisters accompanied by itching or pain, and redness. Although not always the case. Sometimes blisters are preceded or accompanied by fever.
Some conditions may cause your blisters, including:
Contact dermatitis, divided into due to allergies and irritants. Occurs due to contact between the skin and a substance that causes an allergic reaction or irritation. Symptoms can appear suddenly, sometimes accompanied by itching or pain, the location can be focused on one area or expand. Chicken pox. Varicella zoster virus infection is sometimes not preceded by fever, especially in adults. Blisters break easily, some blisters are just beginning to appear, some are already large, and some are broken and then dry. Impetigo. Caused by bacterial infection. Bullous pemphigus and pemphigoid. An autoimmune condition. Not only on the body and limbs, but also on the face, head and mucosa of the lips and mouth, even genitals. You should consult this with a dermatologist. The diagnosis can only be made if the doctor has seen firsthand the shape and location of skin disorders. The doctor may also need to do blood tests in the lab. Treatment depends on the doctor's findings. Your doctor may prescribe an anti-allergic, antibiotic, or anti-inflammatory.
You can prevent worsening of symptoms by maintaining optimal skin hygiene. After bathing, gently pat the skin with a towel so the blisters don't break. Make sure the skin is always clean and not too moist. Cut the nails so you don't accidentally break the blisters.
Hopefully this answer is useful for you. Regards.