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Why are my babys palms so hot?

Why are my babys palms so hot?

Kids are different: It is normal for some kids to have warm palms/soles. Nothing to be alarmed about. ...Read more

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Why are my palms red?

Why are my palms red?

There is a list...: There is a fairly long list of reasons the palms can be red. Sometimes this can be normal, but I have had a few patients present with this and sometimes we do not find out for a few weeks or months when other symptoms develop. Liver disease, pregnancy, thyroid problems, pregnancy, psoriasis, allergy, and erythema multiforme are just a few of the possible causes. If it persists, i'd see an md. ...Read more

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Why are my palms so red and itchy?

Why are my palms so red and itchy?

Inflammation: Hard to say what the problem is, but you may have a fungal infection of the hands, you may have a medication reaction and you may have other problems. Allergic reactions present this way. I would recommend you to be seen by your pcp and get appropriately evaluated. ...Read more

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What causes rashes on palms and soles?

What causes rashes on palms and soles?

Eczema: It could be eczema or warts, or an allergic reaction to something. Rashes are best treated in person so the doctor can see and feel to determine what it is. ...Read more

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Palm hurts! joy stick-gaming 'injury'?

Palm hurts! joy stick-gaming 'injury'?

Remove the joystick: Hopefully you've already done that. Next you can ice the area if it bruised. Should improve in a few days. Consider a padded glove from now on! ...Read more

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What can cause toddler with itchy palms?

What can cause toddler with itchy palms?

Itchy palms: Itchy palms can result from hand, foot and moth disease and from peeling hands following a strep infection. ...Read more

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My left palm by my pinky started hurting. Why?

My left palm by my pinky started hurting. Why?

See an orthopedist: You should have it evaluated to rule out nerve entrapment problems involving the ulnar nerve in guyons canal, ligament or tendon inflammation/strains/tears or even subtle fractures. Basic treatment consists of resting, use of a over the counter wrist splint, avoidance of painful activities, icing especially if re- irritated by ongoing activity, and use of anti-inflammatories. ...Read more