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Hot Itchy Palms
Husband has developed a blistery rash on his hip over the course of about 12 hours and it is extremely itchy burns and hot size of palm?
Rule Out Shingles: Middle age man with "hot, itch, blisters rash" evolved over "12 hours" could have shingles (herpes zoster). There is medication to ameliorate the outbreak, but must be started with alacrity. See might be best to have evaluation and diagnostic differentioal diagnosis today. ...Read more
15ds ago 2yrold had red itchy palms like excema wakes in the night crying. 7ds ltr its under skin red hot.14day fingers n palms peeling n wrinkly?
What could this not itchy or dry red mark be on palm right hand from pinkie to wrist, not going away looks like been nearly burnt in hot water?
Needs to be seen: Unfortunately skin issues need to be seen to be evaluated properly and diagnosed - literally a picture is worth 1, 000 words. Go see your family doc or a dermatologist. ...Read more
At night when i am laying down in bed or on the couch, my feet get really itchy red and hot and sometimes my palms to. I dont have fungal infection.
Soles/palms for awhile small red bumpy spots then dry and peel itchy comes and goes now spread to body rash feet and hands v hot itchy swollen sore?
Hand foot and mouth?: It's very uncommon for adults, common for kids. In the last few weeks i've seen several adults with hand, foot, and mouth disease. It's an uncomfortable but not dangerous viral illness, improves within a few days, but if your symptoms, worsen, change or fail to improve you should be seen. ...Read more
Started hot yoga, don't know if connected, got tiny raised bumps on hand, itchy! then on inner ankles, now kinda all over..What could it be, toxins?
Scabies or allergy?: The rash could be due to scabies or chigger bites, or due to contact allergies. Rashes and itching caused by chigger bites looks and feels scabies or contact allergy and are caused by a combination of digestive enzymes secreted by mites and the immune response of the host causing an intense pruritus (jones, j.G. (1987). Is it due to contact allergy to mats or lotions used during yoga? See doctor! ...Read more