Watery Tiny Spots That Disappear Disappear Throughout The Body?
Hello Doctor … I am a student, 21 years old. I have complaints of itching in my body (hands and feet). My hands and feet sometimes feel itchy, after being scratched. Scratching marks appear small nodules, which cause added itching. Is there a way to cure my itch? Thank you
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Itching and nodules on the hands and feet are generally not a dangerous condition. This condition might be triggered by:
Skin infections, such as fungi (tinea cruris, tinea pedis), mites (scabies), bacteria (impetigo, miliaria, folliculitis), or viruses (chicken pox)
Allergic or irritant contact dermatitis, which is inflammation of the skin caused by contact with irritative substances, or allergic to substances that come into contact with the skin
Seborrheic dermatitis, which is a chronic inflammation of the skin that makes skin itchy and scaly like dandruff
Insect or other animal bites
Others, for example atopic dermatitis, psychological disorders, drug side effects, and so on
To cure the itching and nodules that you experience, we recommend, try to do the following trick first:
Apply calamine lotion to itchy skin
Don't scratch the itchy skin, especially with long, dirty nails
Be diligent in bathing, washing hands and feet with antiseptic soap
Avoid contact between skin and substances that are irritating or allergic to you
Drink more, do not eat foods that make you allergic
Avoid direct or indirect contact with other people who are suffering from infectious skin infections
Do not carelessly take medication without a doctor's prescription
If within 3 days your itching and nodules do not improve, but instead spread to other parts of the body, we recommend, check yourself directly to the doctor or dermatologist so that the best treatment is given, ok?
I hope this helps.