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Mujhe 1 saal se rectam me burning hai feet me bhi burning hai. Sab mujhe plies ki medicine daye hai. Maine bhut se docs ko cheak karvya hai. Sabhi ne kaha ki plies fissure nahi hai. Sara din burning hai. Kabhi 1-2 din ka aaram ho jata phir se burning ho jati hai. Kya karu. Mera Gerd ka treat le rahi. .i used many ointment for plies. Kya karu.
I am having a stain on my nose, it was just due to small scratch .but now it is like black patch. How can I get rid of dis.
Face ki pimple ko kaise hataya ja sakta hai or muhase poore body per ho inka sabse accha upchar kya hai.
I have black spots as well as pimples on my back. I used scar removal cream for 4 months but did t see any changes. What should I do?
My skin is going black how can go soft and like past. This is happening from the time when I start smokeThank you.
Having very dry skin whole year, and having very dry stretch marks on hands, Belly and legs, no moisturizer helped. No soaps even. Very depressed. Please help me out Doctor.
Hello sir. My face color is quite normal but my hands, neck n legs color is too dark. We can't compare it. Every body feels that I go to parlour but I don't. N I use to go out daily. My job is like roaming. N I never use sun screen lotions n I know its because of sun tan. So will you please suggest me best house remedies for sun tan. N I can't go to parlour.
I have pain in my anus from last 2-3 days 1st day was very painful When I go to bathroom it increases and also having loss motion.
Impetigo is an extremely contagious infection caused by bacteria that affects the skin. It occurs on the face, neck and hands of young children and infants. Diapers wearing infants tend to get it around the diaper area. It is highly contagious and causes red sores that can break open, ooze fluid and develop a yellow brown crust. Impetigo is a contagious disease and can spread to others through close contact. It can also spread by sharing towels, sheets, clothing, toys or other items. As the skin becomes quite itchy, scratching also spread the sores to other parts of the body.
Impetigo is caused by two bacteria namely streptococcus pyogenes and staphylococcus aureus. There are several different types of impetigo and their symptoms and causes set them apart from each other.
Impetigo contagiosa or nonbullous impetigo is highly contagious and begins with red sores around the nose and mouth. When these blisters burst they leave a weeping, red itchy rash that becomes crusted. It may also lead to swelling of lymph nodes.
Bullous impetigo is common in children below the age of two years. Initially clear blisters appear on the torso, arms and legs which later turn cloudy. The blisters caused by bullous impetigo last longer as compared to blisters caused by other types of impetigo.
Ecthyma is the most serious form of impetigo as it affects the second layer of the skin in addition to the outermost layer. It results in blisters, which are painful and these blisters turns into ulcers or open sores coupled with swelling of lymph nodes.
Symptoms of Impetigo are uncomfortable and embarrassing, especially when the blisters are present on the face. The symptoms of impetigo include red sores, which pop easily and results in formation of yellow crust, fluid-filled blisters, skin lesions, itchy rash and swollen lymph nodes.
Impetigo is highly contagious and spreads by skin-to-skin contact with an impetigo patient. It also spreads by touching things used by impetigo infected patient, such as towels, bedding, and toys. Any injury to skin, insect or animal bites also aggravates Impetigo.
If one is suffering from Impetigo, one can do the following things to prevent it from spreading to other areas of the body, as well as to other individuals. These include usage of antibacterial soap to wash hands, a clean towel or fresh paper towel to dry the body or hands, washing clothes in hot water, cleaning surface areas in the home with antibacterial products, keeping short fingernails, avoiding schools and childcare centres and not sharing personal hygiene items. Children between two to six years of age, regularly attending a daycare or school, participating in activities that involve skin-to-skin contact are at higher risk for contracting Impetigo.
Impetigo can be easily treated with antibiotics. For instances of mild Impetigo, an antibiotic ointment or cream to put on the sores will suffice whereas for more serious infection, one may have to take antibiotic pills. If you wish to discuss about any specific skin problem, you can consult a specilized dermatologist and ask a free question.