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Bump Palm Hand
See below: Any rash should be evaluated face-to-face, which is rather difficult to do over the internet:). ...Read more
A common condition is dupuytrens which is not related to typical blunt trauma.
Other common problems include scar reaction adjacent to a small cut or blister, an inclusion cyst or foreign body and a ganglion of the tendon sheath where the finger and palm meet.
Talk to your doctor about this for more information. ...Read more
Most itchy bumps/spots of the palms are due to a contact dermatitis, or irritation from some exposure in our day-to-day world. This includes anything from lotions to our clothes to our tools at work.
If these are new I would think about new exposures you might have had. If it doesn't improve with cessation of those exposures then I would talk with your primary physician. ...Read more
Yes.: A form of hand eczema called dyshidrosis occurs as small blisters on the palms and sides of the fingers. ...Read more
Hmmm: Painful? Red? Oozing? Recent trauma? Tend to get warts? See doctor for definitive diagnosis. ...Read more
Got a small bump on palm of my hand. Te size of a small pimple. What could it be? It's not really painful but has grown a bit bigger from this morning
Foreign body Rxn?: This is likely a response to a sticker or other foreign body that got into the skin, or an infection starting in a break in the skin. If growth is evident in 1 day it is unlikely to be a simple wart. Examine it closely & see if you can identify a sticker or other object you could remove. Monitor the spot on a regular basis & have it checked if it continues to expand. ...Read more
Could be an eczema.: It could be from a particular type of eczema (dermatitis)called pompholyx or dishydrotic palmoplantar ecz. Where we don't know the cause. Are you allergic to any particular agent like chemicals, soaps, any agents at work place asit could be an allergic type of exzema- allergic dermatitis/contact dermatitis. Other rare cond. Like pustular dermatitis, some autoimmune dz +. See your dr, can be treated. ...Read more
I have red bumps on my hands, palm, legs, and lower arms. They are itchy and some look dry and some look blisters.?
Contact dermatitis?: This sounds superficially as if you have had your hands in something to which the skin reacted. If this does not clear up in several days or is not helped with an otc steroid/aloe cream, see a dermatologist. ...Read more
Hand eczema: This is a common presentation of hand eczema - avoid solvents / prolonged immersion in water / detergents / and irritants. If this does not work see your doc to consider topical meds. ...Read more
Hello so on my hand I have this medium sized hard bump on my hand and when I write, type, etc my palm will start to hurt, what should I do?
Need for examination: It is not feasible to provide an opinion without examining the "bumps". Please see your doctor. ...Read more
Hard to say: How long have they been there? Do they itch? Have they caused you any significant distress? Do they bleed? They could be flat warts, insect bites, or any other number of possibilities. If they become problematic, consult with your health care provider. Good luck! ...Read more
See doctor: You need to be examined. You will most likely need some testing and further evaluation. Do you have any medical problems already? Or any history? Time to get checked out ...Read more
Extremely rare: It is most likely pomphylox (or dishydrotic eczema). This is more common if your hands are wet alot. Shingles is usually painful and typiclaly occurs on the trunk. To be sure, see a dermatologist for proper diagnosis and treatment. Good luck! ...Read more
1.5 inch long slightly reddish bump along the line of the palm of my right hand. Doesn't itch or anything. I'm 20... Should I be concerned?
Is it a new or old bump?
If the bump changes gets redder, enlarges, changes color and starts to hurt go see a doctor. If you have had it your whole life I would not be as concerned. You could schedule an online consult on HT and have a doctor review your photos and ask more questions. ...Read more
3 years ago I severely cut the palm of my hand, now I have about a dime size bump there. Its painful when trying to open things. What can I do?
The palm of both my hands have been pealing little by little and small bumps that hurt when I pick at it for a week now and now it itches what is it?
Dermatitis: Skin rashes are difficult to diagnose when seen, and almost impossible to diagnose over the computer. You have some skin eruption and non-specific dermatitis. See the Dr. For an evaluation, so the most definitive diagnosis can be made, and the best treatment will follow, Best wishes. ...Read more
Many causes: See a hand surgeon for eval. Most hand tumors are benign. ...Read more
See your doctor: Your doctor will have to examine your skin personally to make the correct diagnosis. ...Read more
I have a reoccurring fluid filled bump on the palm of my hand. Its painful and feels like its pulling from the bone.
See details: Then see a doctor and have it evaluated. ...Read more
I have a small cluster of small bumps that look like they could pus filled on the palm of my hand. What could they be?
Little tapioca like bumps on palms/fingertips. Don't itch at all. Hands prune quickly if wet or sweat. Can't find answers online.?
Dyshidrotic eczema: Http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000832.htm Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more
I have a lot of bumps on my two hands and it started in the top and now it's going to my palms it's really itchy and it burns what can put on it?
Inoticed 2 days ago I have very tiny "tapioca" type bumps on the palm of my left hand. They don't itch or hurt... just curious if it might be a warts?
Tapioca bumps: You may have dyshidrotic eczema or pompolix. Consult a dermatoiolgist ...Read more
I have a callus on my hand that hasn't gone away. How to I treat that? What are little white bumps on my palm that disappear after showering? No itch.
Pumice Stone: Calluses can be treated with pumice stones or a doctor can shave it off in his office, if it doesn't go away at home. Little bumps would benefit to physically exam. ...Read more
Cant tell by reading: There are bumps and there are bumps. Dermatology rarely can be practiced without actually seeing the lesions. Most common things are various forms of eczema, but it could be anything. If this has been persistent and is bothering/worrying you (which it obviously is, at least the worrying part), someone has to look at it and talk to you to be able to tell you what it is. ...Read more