Why Does The Skin Become Sores, Peel And Imprint Every Time It Is Bitten By A Mosquito?
asalamualaikum … I want to ask. if my skin is bitten by a mosquito, it will cause scars … it becomes scabies … and it always becomes large after it peels dry … even if it touches the dust itching … what can it recover … thanks
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Ulceration is one of the body's responses to the inflammation process and the recovery process from the skin due to wounds or infections of the skin. Each individual has a different wound healing response or inflammation of the skin, so that patients with scars that can heal well and the skin recovered can be found, but there are also patients who experience a process of wound recovery that is long, dilated, dried and finally healing occurs wounds with darker or blackened marks. And in general, this is natural for each of these individuals.
What should be considered to prevent scabs and blackened scars are:
1. Avoid scratching with nails or other objects that can cause injury
2. if the wound skin immediately treat the wound well
3. if the skin is injured, you should avoid contact with water wound
4. close the wound when outside the house or in a dusty environment or lack of hygiene
5. consult as early as possible with your doctor
In connection with your question, if you often experience sores after a mosquito bite and itchiness that is annoying, then the ulcer is likely caused by a scratch that is not treated optimally. So as to prevent scratches, you should avoid scratching directly with your fingers or nails. If itching, scratch with a tissue or other soft material, thus, you have prevented the emergence of wounds and finally prevent the appearance of scabs and blackened scars.
In addition, evaluate your other habits during wound care, because improper wound care habits will cause old wounds to heal and scar.
If you still have complaints about these sores, or when your skin is injured, then immediately consult directly with your family doctor or your skin specialist, so you know how to care for a good wound.
Thus, sores can heal immediately and you can prevent repeated sores that bother you.
Thus the info we can convey.