Treatment Of Dermatitis In The Testicles?
at night, my dermatitis is on the testicles and I have gone to a dermatologist and when the medicine is gone the disease recurred again, flushed fluid and reddened skin, the drug was given cetirizen, prednisone, and amoxsan, thank you
Hello, thanks for the question.
Dermatitis is an inflammatory disease of the skin characterized by redness, swelling, itching, and other skin rashes. Some common types of dermatitis include, atopic dermatitis (eczema), contact dermatitis, and seborrheic dermatitis. Atopic dermatitis is usually caused by dry skin, genetics, immune system disorders, skin bacteria, environmental factors, and so on. Contact dermatitis is usually caused by direct contact with irritants or allergens, such as detergents, cleaning products, perfumes, cosmetics, jewelry, and so forth. While seborrheic dermatitis, most often caused by fungus (fungus) or due to excessive oil production. People who are at risk of developing dermatitis include:
Age, can appear at any age, but more often in children
History of asthma or allergies
Work that is often in contact with irritants or allergens
Most people who have dermatitis have a history of allergies and arise after exposure or are triggered by something so that it will often recur if the trigger is not avoided, therefore you should consult a dermatologist if the complaints do not decrease and find out what triggers the complaint that occurs so can be avoided and complaints don't 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 prick tests, patch tests, and so forth. Handling is tailored to the underlying cause. To suppress inflammation due to allergic reactions, doctors usually use steroid drugs and antihistamine classes, while antibiotics are given if lesions are suspected to arise due to a bacterial infection or a secondary infection due to bacteria. To reduce and prevent complaints, you should:
Avoid scratching the inflamed skin area
Keep skin moisturized by using lotion
Use skin care products that are safe
Avoid drying the skin too strong
Find out the trigger factor
Avoid wearing tight and tight clothes
Eat healthy and nutritious food
Increase the consumption of water
Use medication as directed by your doctor
Avoid stress, cigarettes, and alcohol
Thus, hopefully it helps.