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Pimples On Hands And Feet
My baby is 5 months old and keeps getting red pimples on feet, hands, arms, legs, face that turn to scabs shortly after. What could this be?
Small pimple like bumps always on the palm of my left hand other times it get big. It's very painful. Sometimes on my feet & face. What could it be?
7 yr old had small pimple like on inside of a foot sole for a couple of months not itchy now has 3 on a palm of one hand no other symptoms, what is it?
3yo had temp 101-103 for 2 days. No other symptoms. Had 4 pimples around mouth which went away. Nothing on hands or feet. Mild case of h/f/mouth?
Most likely yes.: Although there are other viruses that can cause these symptoms and then go away quickly. ...Read more
I don't have a fever but my body feels hot sometimes on my chest, tingling sensation all over and more in hands and feet. I have a raised pimple like rash on forearm?
Need more info: Rashes and unusual feelings should be monitored closely. Without further history it's hard to determine risks. Have you been outdoors lately? Tick bite? New medications? I would encourage you to get an appointment with a medical professional for a full exam and history. Drink plenty of fluids and rest in the meantime. ...Read more
I had a pimple blister looking rash on my forearm, no fever but hot and tingling sensation all over my body especially my hands and feet. ?
Husband has little red blisters under his tounge. They look like pimples.
Is this hand foot and mouth disease?
Like a pimple under the skin, hard, not filled with pus or anything, originally had one on finger under nail, now have one on bottom of foot?
Callus: It could just be a callous or corn. Try over the counter compound w, apply some neosporin to prevent infection. If not improved see your dr. ...Read more
On my feets and hands there are small black spots which becomes like acne and after that it burst..what is the reason ..how can i get rid of this?
What can anxiety cause? Can it cause.Muscle spasms .Vision change.Acne and tingling in the hands and feet..Ibs even?
Possible: Short term physical effects of anxiety can be insomnia, change in appetite, fatigue, diarrhea, sweating, muscle tension, distorted vision, headaches, shortness of breath and heart palpitations. High stress and anxiety over the long term can put one at a higher risk for medical illnesses such as heart disease. See your dr. To rule out any underlying medical causes to your symptoms. ...Read more
Symptoms: abdominal obesity, palpitations, cold hands/feet, irregular periods, adult acne, reactive hypoglycemia, sugar cravings. Hormone issue?
I'll bet so: You need to be under the care of a competent physician who can manage the complex of hyperandrogenism, obesity, Insulin resistance, menstrual problems, and hyperandrogenism that is so common today. Equally important -- forgive me, but you know it's true -- you'll be far happier and healthier if you get back to a lifestyle of intense aerobic exercise. Be brave and get better. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Stepped on rusty nail on my deck. It punctured my foot it hasnt been above freezing temps for months. Also already on antibiotics for acne.What to do?
Tetanus booster: And wash it and keep it clean and covered. ...Read more
Can i be pregnant? I had my tubes tied 3 1/2 years ago. I am exhibiting several signs of being pregnant. I have swollen feet, breast leakage, nail and hair changes, nausea, facial acne (which i don't normally have), movement in my stomach daily, heartburn
I have pimples on my hand and it has some type on liquid in it but i treated different types of medication but still wont go away for months?
AtLeast It'sNot Hair: It would be helpful to know what types of medication you've tried (pills, creams,lotions,gels,tinctures, powders,ointments,abrasives,steam,axle grease,flame thrower,chlorosulfonic acid...). Also what kind of work you do. Are your hands wet a lot? Or are they dry, chapped and cracked in between those "pimples." And are they really pimples or little fluid-filled bumps? If so check with your doctor. ...Read more
Difficult to say.: It's often difficult to diagnose skin issues without seeing them in person. I recommend seeing your doctor for diagnosis and any needed treatment. ...Read more