Treatment Of Ringworm On The Scalp?
I have a skin disease like ringworm but I don’t understand clearly, so if I have long or thick hair, this skin disease will spread, not only in the head, but to the face and so on, please explain the cause, and how to treat it.
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Need to be explored further about the condition that you are experiencing. Since when you have ringworm complaints, the initial location and spread of abnormalities on your skin (from the scalp to the face, etc.), factors that are thought to trigger the appearance of skin conditions (when sweating, hot, cold, or other conditions ), abnormalities of skin lesions experienced (white patches, reddish spots, red plaque, lumps filled with fluid, etc.), symptoms experienced (itching, pain, swelling, fever), history of allergies, and a history of treatment that you have do to reduce symptoms.
The condition of childbirth on the skin of the face and head can be caused by several causes, including allergic contact dermatitis, irritant contact dermatitis, acne vulgaris, bacterial infections, viral infections, fungal infections, parasitic / lice infections, side effects of treatment, dry skin conditions. Further studies need to be done regarding your condition, it is advisable to consult a doctor or dermatologist regarding further examination and management.
It is recommended not to consume or use self-medication related to your condition, avoid scratching the affected parts, maintain cleanliness by bathing regularly and cleanse the scalp with shampoo and the facial skin with facial cleansing soap accordingly.
Hopefully this information can help you,