There are many small pimples on the back of the child's hands. At first, he thought it would be better in a few days. Now it's half a month. There are still some, not blisters, granular one by one. Can you see what kind of pimples it is?
Whether the child has scratched or not. If scratched or scratched, it is still related to allergies. If allergies occur repeatedly for a long time, it is best to check the allergen. It may be some substances in contact or allergies caused by dietary factors. After clarifying the allergen, stay away from the allergen to avoid the recurrence of similar allergic reactions.
This is likely to be caused by eczema, which will lead to some symptoms of severe itching on the local skin. Generally, this eczema can be smeared with mometasone furoate cream or calamine to stop itching. Try not to eat spicy and stimulating food during recovery, so as not to make the condition more serious. You can also wash the skin with purslane boiling water.
Granular bulges appear on the skin, which is a symptom caused by eczema. You can apply compound dexamethasone acetate cream for treatment, which can return to normal in about a week. If it can't disappear, you can also go to the dermatology department for treatment. Don't grasp it with your hand at ordinary times to avoid aggravating the symptoms.