Eczema in children
Childhood Diseases / / April 01, 2016
Milk crust (eczema) in children
Milk crust or eczema in infants , - a skin disease that is most common in children of the third month of life.But it is not only a skin disease.Milk crust indicates the presence of a disorder in the body of the child, and therefore requires a mandatory medical examination and treatment.Otherwise, it may for many months disfigure the appearance of your child and the person after it may leave traces like this after smallpox.
Eczema in infants begins with a reddish spot, which is rougher than the rest of the skin and a little flaky.It itches, itches, so the child is constantly touching the place.As a result, the skin is irritated and often can be scratched and bleeding.The wound penetrates bacteria, sometimes causing a purulent inflammation.Liberated lymph and blood scabs dry up.They are separated from the base, causing a new bleeding, which is aggravated by scratching.
Eczema spreads across her face and in her hair, and sometimes - in the body and limbs.Your doctor will tell you how to organize your child's diet so that he overcame the disease.Sometimes a child needs to enter his missing matter in the form of medication.The head must be lubricated with clarified butter and can easily be remedied.Your doctor can recommend an ointment to heal skin.However, the child should not scratch it again.From this treatment would be delayed or is it just would prevent recovery.
Prevent scratching the sore points in general is very simple.The smallest children - on the first and second month of life - associate handle handkerchief.Stronger or older children to put on the handle of cloth "cuff".Both tubes, which at one end Sew the elastic tape, and put the child's hands and bind together at the back of the neck, so that they will not fall.This we will not allow the child to bend your elbows, but handles it can move as he pleases.
Typically, after patient treatment and care eczema in children passes.But in some cases, the disease flares up from time to time and so it continues until about the end of the second year.