The Stomach Feels Itchy And Sore?
Hello. I want to ask, lately I always feel itchy and sore in the stomach area. My stomach turned red and a little black. I guess what happened and what caused it. And also how to overcome it
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There are complaints of pain and itching in the abdomen, this condition may be found the presence of itchy rashes and sores on the skin when itching complaints appear. If itching starts to bother you, you should prevent excessive scratching on the itchy skin area, this is to prevent scratches and germ contaminated wounds that eventually cause new problems on your itchy skin.
Furthermore, itchy stomach skin complaints, often triggered by personal hygiene problems in the abdominal area or other parts of the skin, this can be influenced by the sweat that comes out and dirt that is attached to the area of your skin, causing skin ventilation is not going well. However, this condition often occurs if the patient does not maintain personal hygiene properly, bathing irregularly or showering less clean. However, if the patient's skin looks clean or the patient tries to maintain good skin hygiene, then complaints of itching that can occur can also be triggered by other medical conditions, such as:
2. fungal infections
3. virus infection
4. insect bites
5. flea bites
6. inflammation of hair roots or folliculitis
7. pressure pants or other objects, causing itching in the pressure area. this condition often occurs in obese patients
without a direct examination by a doctor, the cause of this itchy complaint will be difficult to ascertain so that no appropriate treatment can be given. Therefore, to find out the cause of this complaint, then you should consult directly with your family doctor or your skin specialist. by looking directly at this complaint, the doctor will be able to identify the possible causes of the itch complaints that you feel. The results of the examination will be a reference for your care and treatment.
For now, some initial efforts you can make until meeting your doctor, such as:
1. avoid nail contact by scratching the itchy skin area. use a tissue or cloth as a medium to help scratch
2. dry your skin when sweating
3. take a shower immediately and cleanse yourself after the move
4. Avoid using underpants or pants that are too tight
5. give lotion powder to reduce itching when on the move
6. give a warm compress in the afternoon in the itchy area
Thus the info we can convey.