Back area, do you need any medication, do you need any tests?
Hello, look at the photo to consider the possibility of urticaria, an allergic skin disease that is triggered by diet and medication exposure to substances such as erythema and itching of the skin.
It is recommended to take anti-allergy medications such as loratadine tablets, avoid seafood and chili peppers, and avoid scratching and irritation after the dermatology interview to confirm the diagnosis.
The appearance of such red particles should be considered a manifestation of allergy, so in terms of treatment can be applied topically zinc oxide ointment ointment, zinc oxide ointment is not very effective in the treatment, can also give him with cetirizine oral solution.
The current symptoms look considered allergic dermatitis, you can do the allergen test, and then according to the situation preventive treatment.Generally speaking there will be a certain effect, now more itchy then you can use some anti-allergy and other drugs to treat, such as topical anti-allergy and other drugs.
Red bumps on the body of a child may be hives.Because urticaria is an allergic skin disease, especially in children who are allergic to some protein-based foods, red bumps may appear on the skin, and these red bumps may look like red buns.Of course, there is also the possibility of papular urticaria due to mosquito bites, which can also appear as red bumps on the skin.In some cases, petechiae of varying degrees may appear in the center of the cluster, and severe reactions such as papules and blisters may appear on top of the cluster, so a differential diagnosis is needed for this kind of red bumps.If the rash is allergic, topical application of some topical stove glycolic lotion is needed.Also, if itching is obvious, some oral antihistamines are needed.