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Itchy Wrist No Rash
Simple Definition: The simple definition of itchy wrist is a feeling that make you want to scratch your wrist skin. There are at least 15 causes and some are serious. I suggest that anyone that thinks they might have "itchy wrist" should do a browser search to find which of these causes seems likely. Or visit to your family doctor especially of your daily activities or rest are being interrupted. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Simple Definition: The simple definition of itchy wrist is a feeling that make you want to scratch your wrist skin. There are at least 15 causes and some are serious. I suggest that anyone that thinks they might have "itchy wrist" should do a browser search to find which of these causes seems likely. Or visit to your family doctor especially of your daily activities or rest are being interrupted. ...Read more
Itchy wrist: The wrist is the joint that connects the hand with the arm. When it itches it can cause an irritating sensation that leads to a desire to scratch the skin. ...Read more
I've had an itchy wrist for over a week now, it's slightly red and bumpy to touch. Have i caught something?
Maybe: Maybe something you are allergic to.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have non itchy rashes like pimples on my right arm (wrist to elbow) and a little on left arm. I am not on medication or has changed my diet. ?
Rash: It is possible that you have developed an allergy to something. A good review of anything that may be coming into contact with the involved area may help you determine if allergy is likely. Otherwise having a dermatologist evaluate the rash would help you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a rash on my wrist and it is very itchy and dry if i leave it , it is kind of bumpy and red, what could it be ?
Have a rash on wrists has been itchy on right for a while but now on left as well. This looks like a mild scold similar to nappy rash any ideas ?
Harsh soap?: Antibacterial products can cause some irritation. Try mild soap and moisturizer. ...Read more
I broke my arm 4 months ago & I have plate inside, since then my wrist started 2 show a bit rash, now it's spreading more, it's not itchy shall I worry?
See: See your orthopedic doctor first, he may send you to a dermatologist. ...Read more
Rash only on wrist, some have turned into sores. Had for over 2 weeks now. What could it be and what can I do for it? It's itchy and burns
Let your parents: know. This will likely have to be evaluated in person for an accurate diagnosis. After the cause has been identified - a treatment plan can be developed. ...Read more
I have had an itchy rash on my inner wrist for three months? What is it and how can I treat it? It first looked like a bug bite but its developed.
I have a strange rash that appeared on my wrist. It's very itchy and I don't think I've had a recent allergic reaction to anything.
Probably contact rxn: Hi Most itchy rashes localized to one spot are due to contact with a substance....and it can be to a substance that you have used or touched for many months...like a watch or detergent on the sleeve of your shirt....etc.. try looking up contact allergy on wedmd or truetest.com Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Weird lace-like rash appeared on the back of hand tonight. Nothing different in routine, not itchy, spreading to other hand and wrists. ?
Light red/mostly flesh colored bumps. Moderately itchy and when itched, bleeds and then a clear liquid comes out. The rash is on the wrist (prone)?
Rash: Need more information and a picture or examination ...Read more
Rash that turns to yellowish blisters not real filled with anything. Painful to touch. And itchy. Only happens on wrist. Last for about 2 days 4xa yea?
Blisters: A blister that forms as part of a skin rash may be tiny, as small as the head of a pin, or much larger, up to one-half inch wide. Blisters associated with a skin rash are typically circular-shaped and filled with a serous fluid that may leak out, forming a yellow crust. Causes include bacteria, viruses, and allergic reactions. See your doctor when you have your rash. ...Read more