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A 16-year-old female asked:

i have these bumps that itch on my feet and hands (in between toes and fingers/on the palms of my hands and feet) so i thought i had athletes foot but now i have a few itchy bumps on the outside of my labia majora.how could i self treat?and what isit?

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Dr. Donald Colantino
Internal Medicine 61 years experience
Itchy bumps: A possibility is hand, foot and mouth disease which is a viral infection more commonly seen in children, but adults can get a mild version. It resolves on its own. Another possibility is dyshydrotic eczema. This form of eczema is very itchy. A dermatologist can evaluate and advise you.

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