What Your Doctor Knows About Exfoliative Dermatitis
Exfoliative dermatitis is a very uncomfortable type of skin disease.
Symptoms of exfoliative dermatitis may include extreme skin redness, itching, thickening of the skin and fever.
If you happen to experience these symptoms, you should consult your doctor right away.
Like any other types of illness, exfoliative dermatitis is easier to cure during its early stages.
Do not try to self medicate.
Always remember that it's best to see a doctor first before you take any drugs or undergo some medications.
Visiting Your Doctor
During your first visit to your doctor, your doctor will ask you to describe all your symptoms. You may also be requested to undergo some laboratory test to determine if you really have exfoliate dermatitis or not and what types of drugs are effective for the type of skin disorder that you have. The laboratory test will not really take long.
Depending on the kind of skin test that you undergo, it will probably take just a few minutes for the test to be completed. Once the skin test is complicated, your doctor will then interpret the results of the laboratory test and then prescribe the right kind of medication for your exfoliative dermatitis.
Your doctor will give you instructions on how to prevent skin infections. Since your skin is swollen and tender due to exfoliative dermatitis, you are prone to infection so you need to be extra careful about caring for your skin. Your doctor will prescribe certain types of soap and body wash for you so make sure that you use these items when you take a bath.
You should also be careful with what you eat. Note that certain types of food could cause allergies and skin rashes in some people so be wary about these types of food. To be on the safe side, ask your doctor to prescribe a certain diet for you.
Elderly people are susceptible to cardiac complications so if you are already in your senior years; you need to watch out for any signs of cardiac complications.
Ask your doctor for specific instructions regarding this matter. Always remember that cardiac complication is a very serious thing so you should never take anything for granted.
Most doctors spend time to educate their patients about their illness. If your doctor does not bother to explain to you what is happening to your skin, do not hesitate to ask him or her for any information.
You need to know what to expect in the next few days after you start your treatment and what you should do to make things easier for you.
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