Men’s scrotum is wet, so they are prone to eczema, which is called scrotal eczema. When men suffer from eczema of scrotum, itching symptoms will appear. Patients should not only be treated in time, but also pay more attention to diet in their lives. So, what can’t you eat after suffering from eczema of scrotum?
Patients with eczema should not eat allergic foods, such as seafood, mango and mutton. Generally, when suffering from eczema of scrotum, most of them have obvious itching feeling. If you eat allergic food, it will probably aggravate the symptoms of itching.
Eczema is a skin disease, so you can’t eat irritating food, such as onion, garlic, mustard and pepper. Usually, when suffering from skin diseases, patients need to avoid them, and irritating foods are foods that skin patients need to avoid. Otherwise, it will easily irritate the affected part, which is not conducive to the treatment of the disease.
After suffering from eczema of scrotum, we should not only pay attention to diet, but also do a good job in the hygiene of the affected area, such as changing underwear frequently and keeping it as dry as possible. If the affected area is too wet, it will easily affect the recovery of the disease. In addition, do not use hot water when cleaning the affected area. If itching is severe, do not scratch it with your hands to avoid skin infection. Patients can ask a doctor to prescribe some topical antipruritic drugs.