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Heat Bumps On Hands
My boyfriends brother stayed with us for about two months and left about a month ago. He had a rash and was constantly digging and about the time he left we both got it. Looks like a heat rash but now I am getting blister like bumps on my hands and feet a
I have these bumps on my hands, stomach, and legs and they itch. Are they from stress or are they a heat rash?
Medical evaluation: Dear cheetah, this is one of those things that actually requires a medical history & examination of the lesions in order to provide an even remotely accure assessment. Suggest this be evaluated by your personal physician or a dermatologist. Take care. ...Read more
11m old babyboy went India for vacation.recently started having pink bumps in face and hand.chicken pox or heat rash?no fever playing eating normally
Various causes: There are several causes for redness on the back of your hands. These include a sun sensitivity due to an internal medication or topical creams, lime juice, or may be related to something going on inside your body. Seek care if this does not clear. ...Read more
I have a heat rash on my right hand and was wondering if antihistamines would help or if not what is the best way to treat it?
Unknown rash on hand: Not sure what you mean by a heat rash. Other than hives and urticaria i don't know of a rash that will benefit much from antihistamines. You may need to get someone to take a look and make a diagnosis to choose an effective therapy. Make an appointment with a physician if it is chronic or recurrent. If it is mild consider a topical Hydrocortisone cream otc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
6 mo old has had clear liq. Filled blisters on body. Not hand foot disease. Ped. Doesnt know. I've had malaria. Not a heat rash. Blisters fill w/blood?
See your doctor: See your doctor to get the bumps diagnosed then they can be treated once they know what they are. ...Read more
Heat Rash???: The most important thing you can do is try to reduce how much you are sweating. If possible, stay in a cool, dry place. You can take cool baths or use a clean cloth dipped in cold water to cool the areas with the rash. Also be sure to wear loose clothes that let your skin breathe. I don't know if that is what you are asking ? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer