Treatment For Smallpox So That It Does Not Recur Again.?
, I’m 15 years old. I want to ask why I have had smallpox almost 3 weeks ago and have all peeled off. But when the medicine runs out, the skin that has been peeled off the edge actually appears like a bulge that contains it. The location of the protrusion is in the chest while the legs, etc. are absent. I have smallpox, too. At the time of treatment before the medication was finished I was given acyclovir ointment, acyclovir tablet medicine, fever medicine, itching drug, and powder. How can you prevent the smallpox from leaving again, fully recovered, and without a trace? Thank you …
Do you mean by the bumps that are blisters (filled with water) or solid? Assessment of skin disorders should be done by a doctor during a direct physical examination, because it is difficult to guess if only from a written description. Some possibilities that you can experience, for example:
Keloids or matrix (if the bulge you mean is solid). Blisters that dry out sometimes cause scarring in the form of a hollow or protruding skin, which is a keloid.
Secondary infection by bacteria. Sometimes blisters can be infected by bacteria, causing new blisters that may contain pus.
An allergic reaction to a certain ingredient.
There are still a number of other possibilities that can only be known on direct examination. You can consult a dermatologist about this. In general, smallpox former will gradually peel itself. In most people it will not cause permanent scars, although the black color that occurs generally disappears after a few months. Your doctor may recommend that you apply certain ointments to avoid excessive scarring. In addition, keep skin clean by bathing twice a day.
Hope this answer helps you. Regards.