The Scars On The Itchy Feet With Pus, Sometimes Surrounded By Ants?

Hello Doctor? R nAsk me, my right leg is sore because it keeps on scratching, and now the sores are pus, watery and sometimes semuti. R nWhat is the actual sores? R nWhat is the solution? R nThank you. .. r n r nNb:

1 Answer:

Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. A scab or scar is a condition that occurs when there is damage to the skin. This damage can be caused by hot objects, abrasions, puncture wounds, scratches or so on. The scabs or scars are divided into three types, namely normal scars, hypertrophic scars and keloid scars. To find out more about scabs and how to get rid of them, click the following link to our article on How to Remove Sores.


Returning to your question, if there was a previous wound in the area, then it is most likely the scab. However, sores or sores that dry up should not be pus, watery, let alone so that it is soaked. If this happens, chances are that your scab has an infection, which is triggered by reopening the wound that has dried up as a result of your scratching.


Our advice is that you should immediately have your condition checked by a doctor, to see if there is really an infection in the scar you have. If so, your doctor may prescribe antibiotics to help treat bacterial attacks. The doctor may also give you medicine to reduce itching so that you don't have to scratch it continuously.


Meanwhile, keep your scars clean, and avoid scratching as much as possible. Scratching will only increase the risk of developing other skin disorders. In addition, to reduce itching you can cold compress your scars or take drugs containing over-the-counter antihistamines by reading the instructions for use listed. Get well soon.


That's all, hope it helps.


dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa

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