What Kind Of Disease That I Have ?
Hello Doctor … u003cbr u003eI have had 3 days of illness such as smallpox, but I do not have a fever, and my appetite is also normal … and also, smallpox is not like smallpox normally, smallpox is only in the buttocks, and on the waist and that’s not much … I already took smallpox and used antibiotic ointment … u003cbr u003e But I still doubt whether I have chicken pox or not, huh? u003cbr u003e pus several times out … u003cbr u003e Thanks for the answer and good luck always … u003cbr u003eWassalamualaikum.
Good evening Liyoni, thank you for the question on HealthReplies.com.
Reading your complaints, these complaints can be a number of possible conditions such as shingles / chickenpox, contact dermatitis, herpes, eczema or bacterial infections of the skin.
Therefore, to ascertain whether it is true that you have chickenpox or other skin disease conditions, it is highly recommended that you conduct an examination directly with a dermatologist. The doctor may conduct certain tests to help determine the most appropriate diagnosis such as taking a sample of skin pus, taking a sample of skin disorders that arise and other examinations based on doctor's consideration. After the diagnosis is determined, the new doctor will determine what treatment is the most appropriate for your condition.
For now, if the medicines that you are taking and using are prescribed by your doctor, then continue the treatment for the time specified and in a manner that is recommended. Also keep your skin clean in areas that experience complaints, be sure to always clean the visible pus. Do not scratch your buttocks or waist with complaints. Do not also use drugs or other ingredients other than those recommended by the doctor at the place of complaint. In addition, also maintain your immune system to always be fit by eating nutritious foods, doing regular exercise, increasing consumption of vegetables and fruits, get adequate rest, consume enough water every day, and avoid stress especially excessive.
I hope this helps.