The Skin Of The Body Feels Sore Like Being Pricked By A Needle?
Doctor, I want to ask, my mother feels like a needle prickled skin, it happens all over the body except the face. It was stinging like many wounds, but the skin was like normal … How was the handling?
The skin condition feels like being pricked by a needle does cause an uncomfortable feeling. This is usually related to disruption of certain nerve receptors, or also caused by other possibilities. Some of the possibilities that can cause symptoms such as skin prickling include:
skin is sensitive to certain exposures such as heat, cold, or certain chemicals
peripheral neuropathy, namely disorders of the peripheral nerves
diabetic neuropathy, which is an innervation disorder due to diabetes
vitamin B deficiency
herpes zoster, which is a varicella zppster virus infection that causes a rash filled with fluid bubbles in groups, causing a prickling or stinging or hot feeling
post herpetic neuralgia, pain that persists after being exposed to herpes
To determine the exact cause, you should go to a doctor directly, it is recommended to see a neurologist. It may take several tests such as blood tests or other necessary tests.
Some of the things you can do:
maintain a pattern of life, eat regularly
get enough rest
multiply eat vegetables and fruit
keep skin clean
avoid eating sugary foods and fatty foods
read about peripheral neuropathy, diabetic neuropathy, herpes zoster
hopefully useful, thank you