Watery Spots All Over The Body That Don’t Go Away?
I want to ask,. I’ve never had chickenpox, but.. suddenly after I used Shinzui’s handbody, when I wanted to use it again, you know, “spots appeared” filled with small amounts of water, then they grew bigger. been taken to the doctor before. but I’m still not sure, if it’s chickenpox, one body is full of small “flat” spots on the body, which contain water, but this is why I’m weird, the spots “but not flat,. sometimes it appears small, continues to grow, it feels itchy “hot. I wonder” what disease is this… yesterday it was quite healed. but this just adds/appears again.. and what is the treatment so that it gets better quickly.. thank you.. it’s been 3 months it hasn’t healed, it feels itchy “hot, until I’m on vacation” and continues to work.. please tell me what the answer is this..thank you
Good evening Anik, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. There are various conditions that are represented by the appearance of water-filled pain spots. Among them can appear due to skin irritation, side effects of chemicals (usually cosmetics), insect bites, poisonous plants and one of the most common is a viral infection, which can be caused by the chickenpox virus.
In your case, although 3 months is a long time for chickenpox, for skin disorders, direct examination is still needed to be able to narrow the possibilities and confirm the diagnosis. Even for the treatment, generally not sold freely in pharmacies. So even if we can guess right, you still have to go to the doctor to redeem the prescription.
So our advice, check your condition to a dermatologist to get a more definitive treatment. If you have previously received treatment from a dermatologist, then you may seek a second opinion by consulting another dermatologist, of course also by mentioning that you have a history of the disease for the last 3 months. If the second doctor still diagnoses the same, then you may ask how long the treatment will last and whether you have another possibility of the disease if after treatment, the condition does not improve.
Meanwhile, you can add insight by viewing our articles as well as pictures of chickenpox by clicking the following link to chickenpox. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa