Treatment Of Watery Bouncy Thumbs For Children Aged 2 Years?
good afternoon, I want it..my child both feet bouncy watery..and the bouncy is small just the bouncy just doesn’t stand out..there is liquid under the skin or flat … but when it breaks it results in a wound..that is why … the problem is only the big toe … my child has a history of allergies …
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Complaints about the appearance of resilience that appear to contain water on the child's thumb can be caused by several possibilities, including:
Dishidrosis, also known as chronic vesicobullous hand dermatitis, until now the exact cause is rarely identified, related to stress, allergies, contact with certain metals, hands / feet that often sweat or wet, weather the environment is humid and warm, and the use of drugs which weakens the immune system; complaints in the form of the appearance of pimples / fluid-filled lumps, small size, on the outer edges of fingers, palms, and feet, usually accompanied by itching, can disappear on their own in 2-3 weeks
Allergic contact dermatitis, which is skin inflammation caused by contact with allergenic substances (eg latex, marine animal protein, plant pollen) attached to the skin, has a relationship with the process of forming the body's immunity to allergenic substances so symptoms usually arise after repeated exposure to allergenic substances
Irritant contact dermatitis, which is inflammation of the skin caused by contact with irritative substances (eg detergents, soap, chemicals, etc.) attached to the skin, has no relationship with the process of immune formation, symptoms can directly arise on initial exposure to irritative substances
Atopic dermatitis, which is chronic / chronic and recurrent skin inflammation, is associated with a history of atopy (allergic rhinitis, asthma, allergic conjunctivitis) in patients or families
If the complaint is disturbing and does not improve, you are advised to check your child directly to a doctor or dermatologist for evaluation through a series of history taking, physical examination, and support (if an indication is found, for example: a skin check test for allergy check). The aim is to be able to know the underlying disease and to plan appropriate treatment. Later the doctor may give ointments / creams to be applied to the skin that has symptoms, as well as oral medication to help deal with the disease and relieve itching. If there are indications, the doctor can also recommend light therapy.
As a recommendation, you should avoid your child from exposure to risk factors and ingredients that are suspected of triggering symptoms, use softer (relatively non-irritating) soap for bathing (for example baby soap), and provide balanced nutritious food regularly.
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