The Cause Of Itching Is Accompanied By Round Lesions On The Skin?
Hello, I want to ask this is ringworm or what, yes, the itchy round shape looks like kawagh ringed but there is no pus or heat but itching. It’s true that lately I often urinate after dawn, does that have an effect? And how is the cure? Please give slusi thank you
Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com. I am dr. Princess Claudya will answer your questions.
The itchy condition and round lesions on your skin can be caused by:
Dermatophyte fungal infection of the skin (Tinea): a rash that is round, with redder edges, itching especially when sweating Candida yeast infection (candidiasis cutis): a large reddish rash in the center surrounded by a small rash, often in the fold area Congenital skin inflammation (dermatitis atopy): this disease occurs recurrently, is congenital and is often a hereditary disease. May be accompanied by other congenital diseases such as asthma and allergic rhinitis Hives (urticaria): slightly raised skin redness, often due to food allergies Skin inflammation due to contact allergies (allergic contact dermatitis) Skin inflammation due to irritant allergies (irritant contact dermatitis): for example exposure to internal detergents long time, exposed to acids / alkalis, exposed to tomcat body fluids. To determine the cause of your complaint, it is better to consult further with a general practitioner. The doctor will further explore your complaint and will perform a detailed examination of your skin using a loop. If necessary, the doctor will perform supporting examinations such as examining skin scrapings to see the causing germs, and blood tests. And after that the doctor will provide treatment for your complaint according to the underlying conditions. If deemed necessary or treatment does not improve, the doctor will refer you to a dermatologist.
Things you can do to improve your symptoms and prevent their worsening are:
Bathing at least 2x a day Dry the body after bathing or after sweating. Use thin, soft, and absorbent clothing. Do a patch test first every time you use a new product that is applied to the skin. You do this, by applying the product to a little part of the skin and then observing about a day after whether there is redness, itching, or burning. If there is this, it means you are allergic to the ingredients in the topical product. Avoid foods that cause allergies to you. Use a body moisturizer to avoid dryness of your skin. You can take over-the-counter drugs such as cetirizine to reduce your itching complaints. Hopefully helpful and useful. Get better soon :)
dr. Princess Claudya