Unhealthy and dirty environments can cause various diseases to us, especially children, if we have no willing to care and clean our homes and environment every day. We will be prone to diseases such as flu, fever, and skin diseases. Skin diseases are caused by bacteria and fungi so that we avoid skin diseases such as infantigo or impetigo, we must be diligent to clean themselves and the home environment. It is a common skin disease, we need to know about the symptoms and causes of the emergence of the disease.
Symptoms of infantigo do not appear immediately after the patient is infected. The symptoms are usually only seen after 4-10 days after exposure to bacteria. Non-bipolar impetigo is more common than bullous impetigo. To prevent transmission or spread of infection, it is recommended not to touch the infected skin area. A bullous impetigo infection usually appears in the middle of the body between the waist and the neck or arms and legs. While non-diabetic impetigo infections commonly occur around the mouth and nose but can spread to other body parts through finger intermediates, towels, or clothes that have been exposed to bacteria.
Development Of Symptoms
Here is the development of a symptom of both bullous and nonbacterial infantigo:
- The skin is blistered and contains 1-2 centimeters of fluid that is sore and makes the skin around it itches.
- Blistered skin, in a short time, can spread and then rupture within a few days.
- Blisters of blistered skin then leave a yellow crust.
- Once healed, the yellow crust disappears without leaving a trace altogether.
- The appearance of red spots resembles wounds that do not hurt but itch.
- Spots can spread rapidly when touched or carded, then changed to the brownish crust.
- After the crust is about 2 centimeters in size this is dry, the remaining is a reddish color.
- This reddish trace can heal without a trace within a few days or weeks.