After taking a bath, I found that there were more than one small piece of eczema in my arm. Or did I find that it was very itchy after taking a bath? Or urticaria or something? What medicine should I take? When I was a child, my skin was not very good. I had urticaria. At present, the drug I have taken is loratadine
This situation is considered to be eczema caused by skin allergy. Treatment can be oral loratadine. Coated with Halometasone Cream. Don't wash the affected area with too hot water. Can not grasp, can not rub. Use less soap, shower gel and other washing products. It is necessary to often apply moisturizer, body milk or urea cream to moisturize the skin. Don't eat fish and shrimp.
According to the photos, it is likely to be eczema. Eczema is also related to allergic factors. You may have an allergic constitution, coupled with some internal and external factors, leading to repeated recurrence of eczema. It is suggested to pay attention to the hygiene of the skin. If you often repeat the allergen test, you can choose antihistamines for treatment during the onset of the disease.
The photo is blurred and can't be seen clearly. From your description, it's more likely to consider allergy or neurodermatitis. The bath water should not be too hot. Seafood and spicy foods should be avoided as much as possible. It's inconvenient to go to the hospital for examination. You can use Longzhu ointment and desnide cream externally and take ebastine tablets orally for observation
The current situation looks like the symptoms caused by measles. You can apply compound dexamethasone acetate cream to observe the effect. Take vitamin C regularly. If you take it orally, you can keep it clean. If you take it regularly, you should also take it regularly.