Whitish Spots Feel Rough, Itchy, Peeling, Causing Sores On The Face?
Ass … I want to ask, my husband has an infection in the face. His face appears white and white, rough, itchy, peeling, and sometimes can hurt. It was almost all over the face despite the distance. What do you think it can be treated? I once gave a tetra eye ointment but I stopped using it only because it was not prescribed by a doctor. Please advise and help, thank you.
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The appearance of vaginal discharge that feels rough, itchy, peeling, to cause injury can indeed indicate an infection. However, what exactly microorganisms that cause this infection can only be determined through a comprehensive doctor's examination.
Various microorganisms can infect facial skin to trigger complaints as your husband experienced, including fungi (such as tinea versicolor), bacteria (such as impetigo), viruses, or even mites. This infection can occur usually because of personal hygiene that is less well maintained, close contact with other skin infection sufferers, or also because of a relatively weak immune system.
Not only infections, various other conditions, such as allergic contact dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, irritant contact dermatitis, xerosis, etc. can also trigger your husband's complaints. Therefore, if you have never invited your husband to see a doctor, you should not rush to give him treatment carelessly, especially using drugs that are not classified as over-the-counter drugs (for example antibiotics that your husband used before). Because, not infrequently, improper handling can actually make complaints worse, and healing is even more difficult.
At this time, try to get your husband to check his complaint directly to the doctor or the nearest dermatologist. With direct inspection, or assisted by supporting examinations, such as smear examination of skin tissue, allergy tests, and so on, usually an appropriate definitive treatment can be determined, for example by giving special creams or drugs, and other medical measures.
What your husband should do now is:
Wash your face regularly with mild cleansing soap that suits your skin type. Do not hold facial skin with dirty hands. Do not exfoliate forcefully, scratch, or rub excessively the facial skin that is experiencing complaints. carelessly give treatment to complaints on facial skin without doctor's advice. Drink more. Sleep early, don't stay up. Eat more fruits and vegetables. Hope it helps.