Lishay in a child: how to treat and prevent the recurrence of the disease?
You noticed that your child every now and thenDoes it scratch a patch of skin? Notice the pink spot on the baby's body? Perhaps you, like 90% of parents, faced a rather unpleasant problem - lichen in children. Symptoms of the disease and its varieties will be discussed in today's article.
With this disease on the inside of the hands, inin the area of the elbow, on the wrists, as well as on the back, abdomen and chest, papules of a rounded shape with a waxy glitter and a red, purple or crimson color are formed in a heap or scattered manner. Their sizes range from small grains to peas.
At the onset of the disease, children have a strongitching and scratching in affected areas. Subsequently, the itching decreases, and the color of the papules turns pale. After their disappearance, pigment spots appear on the skin. To avoid transition to a chronic form, treatment should be done only by a specialist!
Ringworm in the child: how to treat
As a rule, the carrier of this diseaseare animals. During the incubation period, which lasts up to one and a half months, the infected have no symptoms of the disease. Later on the neck, shoulders, chest and face there are itchy, reddish patches of rounded shape, covered with crusts.
But sometimes it affects not only the smooth skin, but the scalp, on which the bald spots are formed. This is usually accompanied by headache, fever and general malaise.
Quickly and independently get rid of the disease younot succeed. The dermatologist will prescribe antifungal drugs and will require regular disinfection of the child's room and clothes. This is important, since ringworm is very contagious!
Rubbish in a child: how to treat
Upon contact with the patient or his things, the childcan pick up pityriasis. Unlike previous types of disease, it is not accompanied by itching, but only by a slight flaking. The spots on the affected areas have a brownish, pale pink or very light hue, which turns white after the first tan.
He appears on the upper back, graduallypassing to the chest and stomach. The dermatologist for greater efficiency of treatment will advise in every possible way to support a skin of the child in cleanliness and dryness, putting on it antimycotic ointments.
Pink lichen in a child: how to treat
Lishai Zhibera is a rather rare disease that is attributed to infectious allergic skin diseases. The main symptom of it are pink scaly spots of round or oval shape.
As a rule, this disease does not needdrug treatment and passes by itself. There is no relapse - in the body, it develops persistent immunity. The main thing is not to irritate the affected areas with harsh detergents and do not allow sunlight to hit them.
Tinea in a child: how to treat
One of the dangerous varieties of thethe disease is herpes zoster, which can provoke both child's hypothermia, and overheating or the presence of an infectious disease. It appears in the form of vesicles, located along the course of nerve trunks or branches, and is accompanied by a fever, pains and general malaise. This is the most difficult to treat lichens in children.
Treatment: ointment and antiviral drugs that are used only under the strict supervision of a dermatologist! The child, in case of a complicated course of the disease, is also prescribed antibiotics. To block pain, electrophoresis, blockade and reflexotherapy are used.