Some people say it's pimples (acne), some people say it's chronic eczema caused by allergies... It wasn't until I went to dermatology hospital that I realized it was folliculitis!
The appearance of folliculitis at first does not have much effect on body and only slightly affects appearance. It is for this reason that most people do not pay much attention to folliculitis. The inflammation became more and more severe and caused more diseases.
Danger of folliculitis
When squeezing a folliculitis boil located on head and nose, microbes may enter brain with blood, causing a purulent blood clot, or a brain abscess, which can be fatal.
Folliculitis is localized to neck, easily causes skin lesions, showing papillary hyperplasia or scarring, or may develop into purulent folliculitis, which is not easily cured.
Folliculitis develops deep in skin and can easily cause inflammation around follicles. Furuncles that appear repeatedly are called furunculosis. In severe cases, there may be swollen lymph nodes, fever, headache, and even sepsis or sepsis.
Folliculitis, which seems to have little effect on body, can also cause serious problems with it. In this regard, editor reminds patients with folliculitis to remember following points:
People prone to folliculitis
Reminder: Bacterial folliculitis is generally not contagious, and Malassezia folliculitis caused by fungi is generally not contagious, but this is also due to constitution of contact. If you meet a person with low immunity, you may become infected. "It is recommended to go to hospital in time for treatment if you have folliculitis, so as not to delay best time.