Watch out if there is skin rash, fever, pain, dry mouth and eyes! It could be joint rheumatism!

Rheumatology Specialist Dr. Fulya Dörtbaş stated that there is systemic involvement that affects the whole body with symptoms such as inflammatory rheumatism, pain in the joints, swelling, heat increase and tenderness, morning stiffness, skin rash, eye inflammation, hair loss, dry mouth and eye, fever. “AGE DOES NOT DISTRIBUTE” Inflammatory rheumatism in Turkey and the world’s babies, young, saying that lowers the quality of life of approximately 120 million elderly people without distinction, Dr. Dörtbaş stated…

"Watch out if there is skin rash, fever, pain, dry mouth and eyes! It could be joint rheumatism!"

Causes exfoliation and redness of the skin? What should be done for dry skin?

gave | Thursday, March 11, 2021 – 13:33 | Last Updated: 11 03 2021 – 13:33 Noting that weather conditions are very effective on skin health, Dermatology Specialist Dr. Behram Danış said, “Windy weather, which is frequently encountered during the winter months, also causes the skin to dry. On dry skin; Many undesirable conditions such as redness, cracking, peeling, exfoliation may occur. In hot weather, sweating increases with increasing humidity and temperature. “Increased sweating causes…

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Dry skin causes? What is good for dry skin? What to do for dry skin? Care suggestions for skin dryness!

Wednesday, February 17, 2021 – 16:46 | Last Updated: 17 02 2021 – 16:46 Dry skin, which is common in winter, is often caused by environmental factors and improper application that remove moisture from the skin. Generally, hot showers, arid climates, and harsh soaps can trigger dry skin in many people. With simple applications, it is possible to relieve dry skin symptoms and restore moisture. Dermatology Specialist Dr. Şeyda Bayraktaroğlu talked about those who were…

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