How to determine Demodex

How to determine Demodex
 Acne - a disease which is caused by subcutaneous mite. He dwells in the sebaceous glands and hair follicles on the face. Up to determine the parasite can only dermatologist, but according to certain criteria, you can suspect the presence of skin mites.
 Most of the people in the world are carriers of this type of mite. But not all of it starts to actively proliferate and cause discomfort. Usually the disease begins to progress while using hormonal ointments in endocrine diseases, abnormalities in the stomach and intestines and other deviations.

Typically, the first symptoms appear in the T-zone, where most oily skin. The face becomes red and bumpy, the pores dilate, can also form red nodules. Since the mite lives not only on the face, but also on the eyelids and eyelashes, you can see traces of his life: white scales, purulent discharge from the eyes, inflammation of the conjunctiva, and redness of the mucous membrane and the constant tearing. It is noticed that all the unpleasant symptoms are worse at night. This is due to the fact that at this time the tick is most active.

Demodex often found on a pair with another disease - rosacea. The clinical picture is more pronounced, and the skin at the same time very sore. But visually you can only make a preliminary diagnosis and to confirm it necessary laboratory tests.

Do not wash your face for 24 hours before the visit to the dermatologist, the only way to achieve the most accurate results. The doctor will take a scraping from the skin and send for examination under a microscope. After that you will be treated. Take all of the recommended drugs in strict accordance with the developed scheme.

 During therapy, the use of alcohol, fatty foods, sweet and savory products. Do not use cosmetics. After some time, hand over the repeated analysis. If the treatment does not help, your doctor will review it. Usually get rid of demodex completely possible only after the passage of the second course of treatment.

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