2. Folliculitis

Another possible indication of miliaria is folliculitis. This term refers to the blockage of hair follicles by foreign substances, leading to inflammation. Folliculitis may appear in any location with hair follicles. To identify folliculitis, look for pimple-like red bumps that contain a strand of hair in the center. You may also notice symptoms like discomfort, swelling, and pain. If you like to frequent spas or warm waters, you are more likely to develop folliculitis. Some of the areas you should look out for include the stomach and the arms. Antibiotics or creams can help to treat this condition.


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