What Is The Cure For Flu Singapore?
I want to tanga, my brother has almost 3 days of fever and growing all over his penis until he has spots filled with fluid, my brother is only 11 months old, what should my family and I do?
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Fever accompanied by the appearance of watery spots almost all over the body in babies can be caused by many factors, including:
Varicella (chicken pox, caused by the Varicella zoster virus)
Miliaria (prickly heat, caused by blocked and inflamed sweat glands)
Dermatitis herpetiformis (chronic skin inflammation that forms watery lesions such as herpes)
Hand foot and mouth disease (Singapore flu, caused by Coxsackievirus infection)
Drug eruption (manifestation of hypersensitivity to the drug that appears on the skin)
Impetigo (a bacterial infection that causes a red, watery, or festering rash)
Insect bites, and so on
The right step that you need to do at this time is, tell your parents to take your sister directly to a doctor or pediatrician so that they can be evaluated for possible causes of the illness. If deemed necessary, the doctor may recommend that your younger sibling undergo a blood test or also take a tissue sample from the rash on the skin for a microscopic examination. That way, your younger sibling's complaints can be dealt with on target according to the cause.
Meanwhile, to help relieve his complaints, help your parents to do the following tips:
Give your sister breast milk
Also give him plenty of water and healthy and nutritious complementary foods
Prioritize giving foods that are soft in texture to make it easier for your younger siblings to chew and digest food (because usually your sister's complaints will appear accompanied by inflammation in the throat)
Keep your younger siblings away from adults who have contagious diseases
Make it a habit to maintain cleanliness, especially before and after contact with your younger sibling, namely by washing your hands, wearing clean clothes
Also wash your sister's hands and trim her nails
Bathe your sister regularly 2 times a day with a special baby soap, do not rub the rash on the skin excessively
Do not force a rash on your skin
Also give your sister understanding not to scratch her skin excessively
In addition to all the steps above, also make sure that you or your parents do not give careless treatment without a prescription from a doctor.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah