On the picture of the child's thigh root from yesterday, I don't know how to get it. The child says it hurts and itches, but the itching is not particularly severe. Yesterday I rubbed him a little sulfur ointment. He said it hurt very much, and then he washed it off. What medicine should I take for this? What caused it?
This situation may be caused by skin allergy or fungal infection. From the current form, there is a little exudation reaction. It is recommended to take the child to the hospital for a dermatological examination, and then make targeted treatment according to the examination results. Because the child's skin is delicate and has poor resistance, it is not recommended to take their own medicine.
If the child has red pimples at the root of his thigh and special pain, the main consideration is inflammation. It may be vaccination, so it is recommended to disinfect the child and treat it with anti-inflammatory drugs in the future. If it is more severe or more, it is recommended to cooperate with oral anti-inflammatory drugs
For this symptom of children, you can't use drugs yourself at will. You should first go to the hospital for relevant examination. It may be caused by dermatitis or tinea cruris. Therefore, effective treatment can only be given after examination and diagnosis.