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I am a 24 years old boy, I observed blood coming along with stool, nd I do not feel any pain at all, why and what is the reason for this, am I suffering frm any diseases. Can you pls hlp me by suggesting remedies.
I have suffering carbuncle problem to boil in shoulder so please give me a information about and what is the procedure of to remove that and how much cost for treatment.
What are causes for offensive gases generated from anus? How does we overcome this problem? What are foods to avoid ? Do you consider as amebiasis?
Hi Dr. I am 29 I have dark circles and my skin get loose around the eye area and open pores also, so please suggest me.
I am 25 year old. I am surfing from pimple, acne, mark's and blemishes on my face I have fair and sensitive skin, I used many products and medicines, it's relief a little bit but after few time the problem start again. Please advice me what I did?
I have a black marks and pimples in my face. My face got ugly. Please help me to get rid off the black marks and pimples.
Impetigo is a type of skin infection commonly seen in children and rarely in adults. It is contagious in nature; bacteria like staphylococcus aureus and at times, streptococcus pyogenes, are responsible for the occurrence of this infection. Generally, the face, hand and neck regions of the children get affected. Impetigo can be classified into two kinds: non-bullous impetigo or impetigo contagiosa and bullous impetigo.
Non-bullous impetigo appears like red sores, which burst rapidly, leaving behind a brownish yellow crust and is more contagious in nature. Bullous impetigo, on the other hand, is generally painless and the blisters are fluid-filled.
The causes of impetigo are as follows
1. Warm and humid climate may trigger impetigo
2. Contact with an infected child can spread the infection to a healthy child.
3. Cuts or injuries can be responsible for impetigo
4. Sports like football and wrestling can also sometimes lead to impetigo.
5. Insect bite and skin rashes
6. Prolonged use of diapers
8. Skin inflammation may also result in impetigo.
9. At times, animal bites may also result in impetigo.
Impetigo is generally noticed in children belonging to the age group of two-five years. Some of the most common symptoms of impetigo are mentioned below
1. Blisters that are filled with fluid
2. Red colored sores can pop out on the infected region
3. Itching sensation
4. Lymph nodes may become swollen
5. Pus may come out from the sores
6. Sometimes the sores may look like pimples
Impetigo, though easily curable, must not be ignored as it can spread rapidly to the other parts of your body. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor and ask a free question.
Allergic reactions to peanuts and shellfish are common, but some people can even be allergic to sunlight or artificial light. This condition is known as solar urticaria and is a very rare condition. This is a complex disorder that is caused mainly by exposure to UV radiation. Solar uriticaria causes the release of histamines on exposure to sunlight that opens up blood vessels and leads to the collection of fluid under the skin. It can develop instantly or after prolonged exposure and can be seen in the form of red, inflamed patches of skin that feel itchy. This is change is not permanent and usually resolves itself when the source of light is removed. If a large area of the skin is affected, it can cause nausea and light headedness.
Minimizing sun exposure is one of the most important parts of treating this condition. Thus patients are often advised to stay indoors between 11am and 3pm. If exposure to sunlight cannot be avoided, protective clothing such as long sleeved tops, trousers and a wide brimmed hat should be worn. Using a broad spectrum sunscreen that offers protection from both UVA and UVB rays should also be used.
In cases where skin change is not instantaneous, antihistamines can be used as a form of treatment. This blocks the immune response and minimizes pruritus. However, it does not completely eliminate the condition. Medicines that suppress the immune system may also be prescribed. If you wish to discuss any specific problem, you can consult a dermatologist.