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A 21-year-old female asked:

i have these red spots in the palm of my hand, most of the time i can't see them because they match my skin color but sometimes i get a burning sensation. usually though they are not noticeable but when i touch them they feel similar to warts. only they a

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Dr. Matthew Cahill
Internal Medicine 25 years experience
Get seen?: Based on your description, I think your intuitive diagnosis is probably correct. These are likely form of Wart. Other possible diagnosis are much less likely as they occur on palmar surfaces. I suggest you see your primary doctor or a dermatologist and biopsy one of these lesions and then treat the rest with one of a variety of treatments. Then you can stop worrying about them! Get well soon.

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