The Use Of Antibiotic Ointments To Treat Foot Skin Infections Due To Soap?
Night doctor … can the drug Chlorampenichol be used for infected skin, while the drug is for eye ointment ?, coincidentally my feet are infected because of soap. use it for the skin yes doctor .. reminded the medicine for bacteria too.
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clear, have you checked your foot complaints to the doctor and diagnosed with a bacterial infection? Or, do you suspect that you have a bacterial infection?
Exposed to soap or chlorine alone does not always make the skin infected with bacteria. Usually, contact with soap or chlorine in people with sensitive skin will only irritate the skin, or in the medical realm is called irritant contact dermatitis. At first glance, the symptoms of this irritation can indeed be very similar to a bacterial infection, which is characterized by reddish, swollen, bruntusan, wet, sometimes even infected secondary skin that becomes festering. However, although the symptoms are similar, the handling of these two conditions is clearly different. Antibiotics, including chloramphenicol, are only appropriate for cases where the cause is a bacterial infection. If not, certainly different handling.
In addition to irritant contact dermatitis, a variety of other skin conditions can also manifest clinically like bacterial infections, for example allergic contact dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, fungal, viral, or mite infections, seborrheic dermatitis, burns, and so on.
Therefore, if not seen by a doctor, you should not diagnose your condition carelessly, let alone give antibiotics without a doctor's prescription. In fact, improper drug administration can further aggravate the skin condition of your feet.
The good, first check yourself to the doctor or dermatologist so that it is diagnosed properly and given the right treatment huh .. Meanwhile, so that the skin health of the feet more awake, you should shower diligently and cleanly, also wash your feet with antiseptic soap, no holding foot skin with complaints with dirty hands, and not also allowing the foot to contact with substances that can trigger allergies or irritants, such as detergents, soap, chlorine, and so on.
Hope this helps ...