The Cause Of Itchy Rashes On The Body Accompanied By Rough Skin?
I want to ask why my body is itchy, even though I don’t have a food allergy. There are certain parts of the body that feel itchy like ringworm.
Thank you for the question.
Itching is the most common complaint, and has many causes. Therefore, itching needs to be explained more specifically information, such as when it appeared itchy, which parts of the body feel itchy, how the shape of the skin feels itchy, whether there are bumps, what color, and what color it looks like, and what triggers itching, as well as a history of allergies, a history of previous illnesses, and a history of treatment.
Here are the most frequent causes of itching:
Atopic dermatitis. Tinea corporis or ringworm. Prickly heat. Urticaria. Scabies. Therefore, to be sure, you should consult a dermatologist. The doctor will evaluate your complaint, carry out a physical examination, and conduct supporting examinations if needed such as a skin swab test or allergy test so that the doctor can handle according to the cause of your complaint.
Here are recommendations that you can take to reduce itching:
Try to identify allergic factors such as those that often trigger allergies, such as dust, eating eggs, milk and milk products, nuts. Reduce consumption of these ingredients and see the difference. Change and wash clothes and sheets regularly with warm water and dried in the sun. Do not use towels or clothes with other people. Use salicylate powder to reduce itching. Hopefully this information can help and hopefully get well soon.