Skin cartilage itching skin dry contact dermatitis
Q: I’m a man in my late 30s. These days, the skin on the back of my hand and arms suddenly has bumps and itches a lot. I just woke up and scratched myself to the point of bleeding. I applied fucidine and antipuramine, but it didn’t work. My skin is dry, too. I have to drink water often, but I can’t drink a lot.
Should I go see a dermatologist? I’ve been wearing short-sleeved T-shirts lately, is it because of the sunlight? Do you think he’s suddenly allergic?
A: Skin odolodol itching is usually caused by insects, grasses, or dryness, but it can also be caused by ray allergies, choline hives, sun hives, polyfluorescent rash, and sun keratosis. It is often difficult to determine the exact cause.
Looking at the picture, it seems likely to be contact dermatitis due to dry skin and irritation. Apply moisturizer well and don’t scratch even if it’s itchy. Be careful of external stimuli 비아그라파는곳
If the itching persists, visit a dermatologist nearby for treatment. If you take medication and apply topical foam well and apply it well, the itchy skin will be relieved.