The child has never seen this kind of thing on his feet a few days ago. It itches when he gets hot. The longer it grows, the more it looks like chickenpox. Is it right? How do you do it
It's really like chickenpox. Recall whether the baby has contact history with chickenpox patients or patients with herpes zoster. If there is such a contact history of infectious diseases, it is recommended to treat it according to chickenpox. Locally, clean the skin with normal saline, and then apply acyclovir ointment. If there is no contact history of varicella patients, pay attention to allergies.
According to the pictures of your baby, it may be eczema. First, wash the skin frequently to keep the skin clean and dry, and then apply the Eliza cream locally for treatment, or apply the calamine lotion locally. After a period of treatment, if the effect is not good, you can come to the dermatology department for treatment in time
According to your situation, generally it is not a lot of acne. This may be due to the cause of perfume. In specific cases, it may be because of the virus infection, I was asked to take him to the hospital for examination. After this blood collection, these can be checked out according to the cause of the disease.