Why Hsp Disease Continues To Appear
Doc … yes. I want to ask … my child. I was 4.5 years old and I just found out that my child was affected by HSP … during this time a red rash appeared on my skin and checked with the midwife … and yesterday I had checked with the doctor. HSP … why after the treatment of the red rash still appears … what should I do. Do the dock.
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Henoch-Schonlein Purpura (HSP) is a disease caused by inflammation of small blood vessels. Henoch-Schonlein Purpura disease is fairly rare, most cases are experienced by children under 10 years old. The main symptom is reddish rash or reddish spots on the skin. This condition is thought to be caused by a disturbance in the immune system triggered by a previous infection . In addition, immune system disorders in the case of HSP can also be triggered by food, drugs, cold weather, or insect bites.
Complaints experienced by patients with Henoch-Schonlein purpura (HSP) will usually subside and disappear by itself after 6-8 weeks. Therefore, doctors will only advise patients to rest, drink enough water, and take pain relievers and anti-inflammatory drugs. Although it can heal on its own, HSP can recur. That is why, HSP sufferers are encouraged to remain in control of the doctor and undergo urine tests and blood tests regularly. The aim is to assess kidney function and monitor patient conditions. The examination will be carried out for 6-12 months and can be stopped if no problems are found. If the HSP experienced is severe enough or has caused complications, the patient may need to be admitted to the hospital. surgery may also need to be done if the HSP has caused the intestine to fold (intussusception) or rupture.
so this thing will heal by itself mom around a few weeks, and this is easy to recur back to mother so the mother must bring the younger brother often to talk to the doctor. eating up to now the younger brother's rash has not improved should need a few weeks, if it improves or not my advice mother still go back to the doctor who treated ya mother.
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