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i have little bumps on my fingers that leak yellow fluid, they don't hurt they just itch sometimes what are they and how do i treat them?

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Dr. Aruna Adaikkalam
Internal Medicine 38 years experience
Few conditions.: Are you working with any chemicals/allergic to any soap, detergents, perfumes etc. Some of the common things in the hands are exzemas which can leak some liquid, but more of a straw /amber coloured, scabies an infestation by a parasite-common in the spaces between the digits, more itching in nights than day time, and also things like pustules - we call impetigo from staph infection. See your doc first.

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I have a bumps on my fingers. They don't itch but they hurt. What is it and how do I treat it?

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Possibly eczema: Painful bumps in the skin of your fingers can be due to several causes. If it is of short duration and associated with other symptoms, it could represent a viral infection. More common, however, is a condition called dyshidrotic eczema. This results in painful little bumps that may resemble tiny water blisters. Your doctor can treat this for you.
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I have a few bumps (5-10 combined) on my fingers (pointer and middle) they are hard but yet soft, don't hurt or itch not red or scales barely noticeab?

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Dr. Edward Seegers
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Bumps on fingers: hello ~ its difficult to say because with skin things you really need to see them, but it sounds like you may have some flat warts of the fingers. Use gloves if you need to touch your genitalia. You should go see your MD to confirm. thanks

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