The Appearance Of A Rash Like A Mosquito Bite?
want to ask, at first my hand was like a mosquito ggit then suddenly * the head of my hand is an elongated one like a gt worm, did it get sand worms?
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Need to clarify, what kind of conditions do you mean by sandworms? Where did you hear the term? Is it from a doctor?
The appearance of a rash like a mosquito bite which then extends can be a manifestation of bites or stings of mosquitoes and other insects. This rash results from inflammation of the skin in contact with the substance released from the mosquito or insect. Not only that, there can also be other complaints on the skin, for example itching, swelling, heat, redness, and so on. Depending on the type of mosquito and insect that bites or stings, this condition can be mild, but it can also be dangerous.
It could also, apart from being bites or stings from mosquitoes and insects, your complaints arise from other triggers, for example:
Allergic contact dermatitis or irritant contact dermatitis Skin infections, for example due to fungi, bacteria, viruses or parasites (for example impetigo, Shingles, scabies) Other skin inflammation, for example due to atopic dermatitis, autoimmune disorders, etc. Shingles is not a common term used in the medical realm. Therefore, to avoid misinterpretation, we suggest that you clarify the meaning of the term.
The very limited information you provide regarding your complaint makes it difficult for you to determine what might have triggered your complaint. Therefore, we urge you to consult a doctor or a dermatologist directly so that you are given the right management.
The following steps you can do for a while:
Do not scratch the rash that appears Not also apply anything to the rash, be it drugs or other substances, unless the doctor directly directs it Do not use dirty and too tight clothes Take a shower Do not exchange personal items, including clothes and towels, with other people No feels itchy, you can apply calamine lotion on the rash that appears. Hope it helps ..