Baby eczema symptoms and nursing work

Baby eczema symptoms and nursing work

Breastfeeding mothers may find that baby eczema is not the same.

This is because the babies have different constitutions and different disease factors.

As a result, different types of eczema occur.

There are three common types of infant eczema: the most common wet eczema, followed by dry eczema, and seborrheic eczema.

The following will explain in detail for you.

  First, this type of eczema of the wet type is mostly a fat little baby.

The eczema-prone areas are the top of the head, the forehead, the two cheeks, and the distribution is relatively symmetrical. Take a closer look. Where the eczema occurs, you can see erythema, pimples, and small packets. There are often erosions and scabs.There is exudation.

  Second, the dry type is found in thinner, poorer infants.

The main skin lesions are redness of the skin, papules visible, and bran-like scales, which look like white skin falling down, without exudation, and are dry.

Mother touched her hands, her skin was rough and dry.

  Third, seborrheic type occurs on the scalp, between the two eyebrows, on the arch of the eyebrow, and has pale yellow, transparent seborrheic exudation.

It looks greasy, and suddenly it is very dirty. The eczema of the child’s small white skull, which is easy to grow, is very uncoordinated.

  Pay attention to the following points when nursing eczema babies: 1. Avoid contacting the skin with irritating substances, do not wash the affected area with alkaline soap, do not wash the affected area with hot water, and do not apply cosmetics or any oil.

  2. The room temperature should not be too high, otherwise the eczema may be aggravated.

Wear loose clothes and padded with cotton.

  3. Breast milk can prevent eczema caused by heterogeneous protein sensitivity caused by milk intake.