Treatment For Fungal Infections Of The Skin Of The Hands.?
I want to say that you don’t get a rash on the brown hand sometimes itching sometimes doesn’t. Does this include fungus. If yes, can it be cured?
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Some diseases that may be the cause of your complaint, including:
1. Tinea corporis or ringworm of the body that is a skin infection due to fungus.
2. Ptiriasis versicolor or phlegm, which is a skin infection due to fungal malasezzia fur fur.
3. Solar lentigo or sunspots. This condition attacks the skin exposed to the sun directly for a long time such as the hands, face, shoulders, upper back, and back of the soles of the feet. Shaped like brown or black spots with varying sizes, ranging from the tip of a pencil to a coin.
4. Hyperpigmentation after skin inflammation.
Yes, your complaint might be due to a fungal infection. Where the typical complaints will be marked by itching which is especially felt during the day when sweating. If so, you can try applying antifungal drugs. Treatment will indeed require a long time, which is up to 2 months. If the medicine matches the cause, using it routinely every day will lead to improvement within 2 weeks of treatment. Change any moist clothes, such as gloves. Use long sleeves or gloves to cover the affected part of the skin. If it has improved, your baby can use a lotion or skin moisturizer that contains sunscreen, at least SPF 22. Sunscreen is applied every 2 hours.
If the complaint is increasingly widespread or does not experience improvement, immediately consult a dermatologist. In order to be carried out further examination and treatment according to the cause.
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