Watery Red Bumps Until Festering And Itchy?
Good afternoon, I have a 12-year-old sister. Body areas (legs, thighs, ears, arms) are raised with watery red bumps and slightly suppurating and sometimes itchy. What disease is that? What caused it? What’s the solution? Thank you
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The appearance of reddish, watery, festering bumps, which itch in the area of the legs, thighs, ears, and arms can also indicate some of the following conditions:
Scabies (scabies, mite infection)
Impetigo (bacterial infection)
Folliculitis (hair root infection)
Varicella (chicken pox)
Others, for example atopic dermatitis with secondary infections, contact dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis with secondary infections, drug eruptions, insect bites, miliaria, etc.
This condition, often occurs related to infection, the trigger is poor personal hygiene, close contact with sufferers of other skin infections, and immune system that is less prime. However, what sort of treatment is taken to overcome this condition can vary depending on the cause and severity. Therefore, you should first check yourself to the nearest doctor or dermatologist so that the best treatment is given, ok?
At this time, the following initial steps you can take:
Keep yourself clean, take a shower regularly, wear clean towels and clothes
Don't exchange personal items, including towels, clothes or soap with others
Although itchy, do not scratch the skin that has complaints
Do not squeeze or slough off nodules on the skin, especially with dirty fingers and nails
Drink plenty of water
Avoid contact between skin and substances that are prone to trigger allergies or irritations
Hope this helps ...