The Back Of The Head Has A Reddish Mark Like A Salmon Patch?
I am a cadet, I used to do strenuous activities, had never experienced severe pain and had never felt any abnormality in the body, but behind the head I had a reddish salmon patch, when I was active, my redness would usually be clearly seen by my friends and told me , when the apple and dried in the sun too, the redness will be seen clearly, I never complained about pain, or feel any pain with this reddish sign, only I was disturbed because of this sign, is this a disease or a sign of illness? or is it just an ordinary salmon patch? permission permission
Hi Ryan! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
I understand you might feel uncomfortable with the redness. Salmon patch itself is a term commonly used to refer to reddish birthmarks in infants. Salmon patches often disappear over time, but can also persist. The redness that you are experiencing may be a salmon patch that persists if you have experienced it since childhood. If you have just experienced it, you should see a doctor, especially a dermatologist, to be examined directly. There are several possible disorders that can cause such problems, ranging from infections, autoimmune, to irritation. The cause of the redness cannot be known without direct examination. The doctor will look at the condition of the back of your head and ask in more detail about your complaint. The doctor will explain the results of the examination and possible causes of the disorder. After that, the doctor will provide therapy recommendations that are appropriate for your condition. Avoid scratching, rubbing, or giving anything to the red area.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.