Treating Festering Itching That Has Not Healed For 8 Years?
Good afternoon, I am 33 years old, I want to ask, I have an itchy disease like EXIM, but sometimes I get pushing, I even go to the dermatologist, but I don’t even go to the health center, I also go to the health center, and the medicine at the pharmacy varies, I try, but it doesn’t even bother, I don’t even go to the dermatologist. Also, I have 8 years of illness, I think the cure is thanks.
Hello, thanks for the question.
Eczema is an allergic skin disease that usually arises after being exposed to its precipitating factors. These triggers can be in the form of food, drinks, medicines, dust, certain ingredients / products, weather, and so on. In sensitive people, exposure to allergenic substances can cause allergic reactions due to the release of inflammatory substances such as histamine which plays a major role in allergic reactions. Symptoms that arise can be itching, redness, swollen skin rashes, and so forth. Some people who are at risk for allergic reactions include:
Have a history of allergic diseases, such as asthma, rhinitis, etc., both for yourself or family
Have a history of allergies to certain conditions or ingredients
Work that is often in contact with irritants or allergens
Because this is an allergic disease, complete healing will not occur, the disease will continue to recur if still exposed to these allergenic substances / substances. Therefore, this allergic disease can only be controlled by avoiding the precipitating factors so that complaints do not arise again. Allergic diseases that are left without treatment, generally will be at risk for bacterial infections, characterized by long-healing skin lesions, wet, suppurating, and smelly. This bacterial infection is usually transmitted through scratching or poorly maintained body hygiene. We recommend that you consult a dermatologist if complaints do not decrease and find out the trigger factors for allergic reactions so that the triggers can be avoided and the complaint does not recur. The doctor will conduct a question and answer and direct examination of the lesion area as well as several additional examinations if needed such as blood tests, skin sensitivity tests, and so forth. To reduce and prevent complaints, you should:
Find out the trigger factors and avoid these factors
Avoid scratching the itchy area of the skin
Keep skin moist
Sufficient fluid needs
Avoid wearing tight and tight clothes
Keep your body clean
Eat healthy and nutritious food
Avoid stress, cigarettes, and alcohol
Thus, hopefully it helps.