I've had it since I was a child, but when I grew up, this erythema also grew up. Is it lupus erythematosus, blood routine, urine routine and renal function normal
Hello, according to your description of symptoms and from the picture, this can not be determined to be lupus erythematosus, or it may be caused by birthmarks or subcutaneous bleeding points, which is caused by skin problems. It is suggested that you should eat more fruits and vegetables, do not eat spicy and irritating food, and it is best to go to the dermatology department of a regular hospital to determine the cause and symptomatic treatment.
Your erythema may be caused by the birthmark. Lupus erythematosus is a kind of vascular inflammation that often occurs in women. It belongs to autoimmune disease. Because of vascular inflammation, it may appear erythema on the face. If you suspect that an individual has lupus erythematosus, you can go to the local blood test to help make a clear diagnosis.
Macular from small to large is not necessarily lupus erythematosus. It is recommended that you go to a professional dermatology department for face-to-face diagnosis to clarify the cause. If it is a simple skin inflammation, it will also cause the phenomenon of erythema. Usually pay more attention to the cleaning of the face, wash your face with water, avoid smoking and alcohol, and eat less irritating foods, such as pepper, garlic, etc.