Watery Red Spots And Bumps On The Back Of The Head
Doc, behind my head suddenly it hurts and has a little bump. At first I considered it because I slept for too long with something made of wood. But suddenly the bulb appeared a new lump (sore too) behind my ears right on his bone. And the lump was hard as a bone. At the same time, there appeared watery red spots on my skin. At first I thought it was just bouncy, and there was only one. But when I realized I was in various parts of my body. But there aren’t many spots, only 1 or 2 spots on certain body parts. The spot is not itchy, but if held it wants to scratch and appear a little itchy. Please enlighten me, thank you
Originally posted 2020-04-14 08:51:11.
Thank you for the question.
The appearance of a hard, painful lump in the lower part of the back of the head, behind the ears, accompanied by watery spots on the skin that feels a little itchy, may be triggered by the following factors:
Lymphadenitis (enlarged lymph nodes due to infection, for example tuberculosis, cytomegalovirus, HIV) Herpes zoster (snake pox) allergic or irritant contact dermatitis Other factors, such as insect bites, fungal infections, enlarged lymph nodes due to other factors (such as immune disorders, malignancy) ), folliculitis, impetigo, dermatitis herpetiformis, paint scratch sererase, syphilis, burns, drug eruption, benign or malignant tumors, etc. The watery bumps and nodules that appear on your body may or may not be interrelated. This condition can be associated with a mild disease, can also be dangerous.
In order to improve, we recommend that you first do the following suggestions:
Improve your personal hygiene, wash diligently, wear clean and soft clothing. Don't press, massage, or pierce lumps and runny nodules on the body with any means or means. If the lump feels painful, compress with warm water, don't contact with things that are make your skin allergic or irritated Do not carelessly exchange personal belongings with others Increase endurance with the discipline of living a healthy lifestyle, eating balanced nutritional value foods, eating lots of fruit, drinking water more diligently In a pandemic like this, check with your doctor for non-emergency cases are advised to be postponed, in order to minimize your risk of contracting the disease. So, if the complaint has improved with the efforts above, you better stay at home. However, if the steps above have not been able to fix your complaint, it is recommended that you continue to see a doctor or dermatologist for further treatment.
I hope this helps.