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Hands Fingers Turn Red Reason
Today my fingers have swollen a lot on both hand for no reason took a benydryl but the swelling hasn't gone down, they're red and itchy. What can it be?
Swollen fingers: There are many causes of swollen fingers but i would see a rheumatologist or a dermatologist for a proper diagnosis nd treatment. ...Read more
Why does skin turn red when you place an icepack it? same with fingers why do hands turn red when put bare hands in cold snow for a minute ?
My hands between my fingers itch ferociously turn red and swell but only at night or while
I'm sleeping. What could it be?
Soap? Fleas?: Hard to say. Use only unscented soaps, detergents, lotions, aerosols, room sprays. You may be reacting to them. Use fragrance-free detergents for sensitive skin and avoid fabric softeners (which don't really soften clothes, just add another irritating chemical). Could you have fleas, or other pests, in your house? If not, and you don't get better, see your doc to find out what is going on. ...Read more
I have been having hand swelling with pressure, constant tingling, pain in wrist and fingers. Sometimes fingers turn red followed by light purple. Carpal tunel has been ruled out but now being told may be neurological. I have been tested for thyroid and w
More history needed: When does this happen? Are you resting, working with your hands, have they been wet, wearing tight gloves for some time, exposed to chemicals.... There are many possibilities. Since I cannot see your skin, I cannot give further advice. Wishing you the best ... ...Read more
My 8 year old daughter has been experiencing pain , pins n needles, tingling and redness in her finger tips on both hands?
See a doctor: She needs to see a PediatricianGet a more detailed answer ›
Not sure: I have been a hand surgeon for almost 20 years and I have yet to see green hands. If you have had any bruising anywhere below your elbow, the old blood eventually works it way down to your hand and fingers. As old blood is reabsorbed it often changes colors from purple, to blue to green or yellow. Exposure to some types of metals like copper can cause a greenish discoloration. Get it checked out. ...Read more