Treatment For People With Skin Disorders?
Doc..I am 25 years old … and my legs appear red spots until my thighs when tired … and it has been 3 years running … had recovered … but when I was careless eating … relapse again … early at first I used to eat instant nie … I could say every day … and for a long time “there appeared red spots … until now … and when I wanted to come out of spots … the legs felt sore … and sore … but after 2 – 3 days the spots disappeared by themselves … had a chance to see a doctor … and check the blood … the result was normal blood and the doctor said I had purpura … and at that time I was only given medicine … what should I do now Doc, don’t let it recur “again?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Purpura is a skin condition characterized by purplish or reddish patches on the skin. This condition occurs when there are small blood vessels that rupture, causing blood to flow under the surface of the skin.
In your case, what you need to know is that because we do not have you examined directly, the condition you are experiencing may be purpura and may not be. But if it is purpura, among the possible causes of purpura are:
Blood clotting disorders
Weak blood vessels
Inflammation of blood vessels
Side effects of certain drugs
Severe vitamin C deficiency conditions
Abnormal immune system disorders
Infection in the bloodstream
Regarding the treatment, it will be very dependent on the causes above, such as if it is an impact of lack of vitamin C, then the need for vitamin C is met, and if there is an infection, the infection is eliminated, and so on. Our advice, you should control back to the doctor who checked you before, to do a deeper evaluation and exploration of the condition you are experiencing. The treatment you will receive later will be adjusted to the results of the examination, including if you find that you need to be referred to another doctor. Importantly, whenever your condition does not improve, return to your doctor for re-evaluation. In addition, you also have the right to seek second opinions from other doctors, and you also have the right to get an explanation of your condition until you understand.
Meanwhile, live a healthy lifestyle with regular breaks and consumption of nutritious foods. Eating instant noodles is generally not a cause of conditions like this, but still must be controlled and should not be every day. Avoid using drugs without doctor's advice and check yourself immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.