Eczema Herpeticum starts with groups of small blisters, occuring in normal skin or in area affected by eczema.Further blisters can form over a period of 7 to 10 days and may spread. Some times covering large area of the face and body. The blisters at their outset contain a clear fluid which then develops into pus. They may weep or bleed , and heal in 2 to 4 weeks, rarely leaving scaring.Eczema herpeticum can affect any part of the skin, but is most common on the face and neck.
1. It can be cured with antiviral
2.Avoid contact with newborn babies, young childrens, infirm or immunosuppressed people or other individuals with atopic eczema
for fear of spreading the infection.
3.Inform your Doctor if you have any discomfort on your eyes.
4. Discuss the treatment of your eczema whilst you have the infection with your Doctor.