If you buy paca clothes, you expose yourself to these dangers

If you buy paca clothes, you expose yourself to these dangers

MEXICO CITY.- Buy PACA clothes in tianguis and informal shops represents a health risk, since the garments can be infested with mites, lice, contain some type of chemical and even bacteria if it is underwear, which when having contact with the skinThey cause dermatitis, dyña, scabies and gonorrhea.

The doctor Diana Castillo Martínez, dermatologist at the General Hospital of Zone 2-A Troncosor, it can come from asylums, morgues and even pantheons.

He indicated that the first recommendation is to avoid as much as possible to buy this type of garments.Otherwise, the following measures must be taken: shirts, blouses, sweaters, etc..They must be washed with soap and water, either by hand or in the washing machine, without the need for a particular temperature.In the case of jackets, they have to deposit in a closed plastic bag for three days, which claims to eliminate lice and mites;same situation for shoes, which must be left exposed to the sun.

He explained that it is not recommended to acquire, for any reason, underwear in not established businesses, since hygiene measures may not be enough and cause gonorrhea, “a chronic disease difficult to diagnose.In young people it is a cause of difficulty having children, due to severe inflammation that causes in the reproductive system, ”said Castillo.

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Paca's clothes, according to dermatologist, can also be infested with mites that cause scabiasis, extremely contagious disease, better known as scabies, because it is enough for a single person to have it to spread throughout the family:

"Save is characterized by the presence of red lesions in the skin, especially between fingers, arms, trunk, genitals and breasts.It causes a lot of itching and can be complicated because with that constant and frequent scratch, without hand washing, it causes secondary bacterial infections that cause general discomfort and fever ”.

He stressed that some garments hide lice between the seams and these cause hodels in various parts of the body, which in turn generate itching and discomfort, mainly in the thorax and sites close to the seams of clothing, which require dermatological treatment to heal.

Castillo Martínez, clarified that not all Paca's clothes is second use: "The problem is that it can be treated with chemicals and these affect the skin in susceptible people, which could cause them an atopic dermatitis".

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