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Children Warts On Hands
They are related: Warts are mostly caused by viruses, and the ones that cause genital warts fall into one group of subtypes. The warts on fingers and feet, plantar warts, are in a different family. But all are contagious, so it is wise to be careful and limit exposure of your skin to any skin with warts. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Possible, but...: There are many things that mimic "blood blisters" that would appear on a baby's hand. First thing that comes to mind is a developing hemangioma. These are collections of blood vessels under the skin that enlarge over the first months of life. Also, babies can have sucking blisters where they essentially give themselves hickies from sucking on their hands. Ask pediatrician to take a look. ...Read more
Doubt: Herpes is called genital when it appears on the genitals. It is however very contagious. It is often transferred to the cuticle area of the fingers because it requires open skin to skin transmission. If you have a hangnail don't touch an open genital lesion!If you have blisters on your palms and feet you should see your doctor for an evaluation. ...Read more
If I have common warts on my hands and I give someone a hand job will I give them warts on their genitals? Arent they different strains?
Not dangerous: Flat warts usually remain painless and cause no important health problems, but sometimes those on the sole of the feet can become larger "plantar warts", which can be painful and more difficult to threat. If in doubt, see a doctor, preferably a dermatologist. Warts do not become freckles; they are entirely different. ...Read more
If someone has hpv on their genitals then scratches their genitals and dries their hands...can someone who uses the hand towel the next day get hpv?
Cocksackie virus: Most like infection with what is called hand, foot and mouth disease caused by the cocksackie virus. There is no treatment for this self limited disease and complications are really rare. It is contagious but most of the exposure is early in the course and your family has probably been exposed. Your pediatrician can confirm this diagnosis although you don't need to worry. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My younger brother(19) has acquired tiny bumps on his hands, feet, and even some on his face. He says they don't itch, but are very sensitive to touch?
Dermatology: cannot be diagnosed online. Have him seen by a physician for a definitive dignosis and treatment., ...Read more