Watery And Itchy Bubbles On The Skin?
Hello good night r nI want to ask my skin 2 days it feels itchy when I scratch it will appear small bubbles of water without pain or burning it only feels itchy if not scratched the water bubbles will shrink And so far it appears on the legs, thighs and hands r nWhy do you think that? Thank you
Good evening Esther,
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The tiny bubbles on the skin are referred to as vesicles. These bubbles can be accompanied by pus or blood depending on the cause. As for the causes of this bubble:
Contact dermatitis. In people who come in contact with animal hair, dead insect body parts, or certain plants can produce water-filled, bubbly skin lesions accompanied by itching.
Shingles. Symptoms are small bubbles clustered with redness on the underlying skin, accompanied by pain and burning. Some people complain of itching.
Chicken pox. This skin disease is caused by the Varicella zoster virus and usually affects children aged 1-9 years. Symptoms in adults will be accompanied by lung infections. These small bubbles appear all over the body accompanied by fever.
Pompholyx. This disease is characterized by small bubbles on the palms, fingers, and soles of the feet accompanied by itching, burning, and can fill with pus if infection occurs.
Fungus or Tinea. In this case it can be blisters and accompanied by itching.
Mite infection or scabies
It is necessary to do a complete examination by a dermatologist, namely in the form of an interview, a physical examination, and additional examinations in the form of skin scrapings (skin smears).
As for what I can suggest:
Maintain body hygiene by bathing regularly
Change clothes when sweating
Do not use clothes that were just bought at the store before being washed
Do not change clothes with friends who are infected with skin diseases
Don't scratch the skin too hard
Change bed sheets and pillowcases once a week
Drying the bed in the sun
Keep the environment clean
That's my explanation, hopefully it can answer the question.
dr. Kresnawati Wahyu Setiono