The Characteristics Of Egg Allergy?
Hello doctor, like this since I entered middle school (now that I just graduated from vocational high school) after eating eggs, the fastest reaction one day is that there are many spots on the surface of the skin, there are liquid, pus-rich, thick texture. The difference is the liquid that is released from my spots is clear and if I get contact with other parts of the skin, then last year I was taken to the doctor because the outermost skin cells were so badly damaged that they had to be skinned and the doctor said I just had to check several more times to replace bandages and waiting for the development of new skin tissue cells grow again. This is the most severe case because I was forced to eat eggs continue even though I know after eating eggs the spots will appear and if I do not break the freckles the effect is gatel bngt eat it last year I arrived bandaged and replaced tissue cells new skin because I like to break the spots and eventually get an infection. Well, my doctor is sure if the spots are just water fleas, I’m not sure but I stop eating eggs, and now I eat eggs again, just like the spots appeared on my feet, I still let eh now the spots are spread to the hands 😭, now the fingers that have appeared the spots must be softened immediately the nails even the fingers also look bigger and the nails are covered with the same spots because I don’t break them. I thought it was eczema because my father’s mother was just as rich as me but they were never as bad as me, so please tell me this is actually allergic or eczema? Or other skin diseases? Thank you
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Eczema is an inflammatory disease of the skin caused by allergic reactions. If the reaction occurs due to allergens (substances that cause allergic reactions) in contact with the skin, it is called eczema or skin allergy or allergic contact dermatitis. Meanwhile, if an allergic reaction occurs from something else, such as the result of food eaten, weather, certain animal hairs, etc., this is called atopic eczema or atopic dermatitis. So eczema and allergic reactions can be said to be the same.
You may experience atopic eczema, but there may also be other skin diseases, such as bacterial skin infections (ectima), house dust mites (scabies), fungi (tinea) and others.
To be able to know what skin disease you are experiencing for certain, it's good to consult with a dermatologist. Any skin disease is difficult to diagnose without the doctor seeing the rash directly. By visiting a doctor directly, the doctor can conduct a medical interview and physical examination directly on your skin rash. Next the doctor will do a skin allergy test or take skin scrapings to be seen under a microscope. Handling later depends on the cause that the doctor found.
In the meantime, you should avoid consuming eggs until your dermatologist allows. Don't scratch the skin rash, let alone solve it. This can trigger an infection that makes the rash worse and harder to cure.
Thus hopefully useful.