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It is a chronic skin disease in the mucous layer. will be red and swollen like an allergic rash and become blisters in weeks or months Men and women are equally likely to develop symptoms. It is more common in people over the age of 60. Children may have symptoms.

Caused by the immune system that destroys itself in various bodies, can be transmitted genetically, but not contagious.


It is a round, thick, red blister on the skin that can rupture on the skin or mucous layer of the mouth, throat, anus. Usually there are lesions on the lower legs, armpits, abdomen, upper arms, and can become infected with bacteria only when scratched.

from history taking and skin examination Look at the appearance of the blister. Collect skin samples for examination.

It depends on where the wound is and how severe it is. The treatment is either general care or medication. keeping skin clean not to be scratched avoid infection The doctor prescribes medication to relieve swelling, redness, using steroids and lotions. To prevent side effects, the right dosage should be used. If there are sores in the mouth and throat that make it difficult to swallow Should eat soft, liquid food. Clean the wound area

Things to do

Tell your doctor about your current medications.

You should take a supplement or soft food to reduce mouth sores.

Skin wounds should be taken care of and avoid infection.

Clothes should be washed frequently if soiled with blood and pus.

You should notify your doctor if your wound gets worse.

don't do

Do not increase the amount of medication you take without your doctor's consent.

Do not use steroids on the face and genitals.

Do not abruptly stop taking steroids or immunosuppressants as these can cause serious side effects.


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