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Purple Spots On Palm
What causes itchy, hard, little reddish purple spots in the palm of my hands and under the soles of my feet?
I have red spots in the palm of my hands and soles of my feet that are now purple and itchy. What causes this?
New: If this is something new and recent, you may have hand foot and mouth disease ...Read more
Broken blood vessel?: This sounds like a broken blood vessel, which can be quite painful when it occurs under skin that is tightly attached to the tissues below. It can happen from minor injury that just happens to hit the vessel in a certain way; even clapping can do it. If that's what this is, the pain will be pretty much gone within a few hours, although it will take a few days for the bruise to fade. ...Read more
My hands go purple with bright orange, spots in cold weather, covers whole hand and wrist, doc checked pulses and were fine, what could this be?
Cold hands: Sometimes having cold hands that turn colors, typically either white or purple in cold weather are signs of a relatively common problem referred to raynaud's disease. I am not sure what to make of the orange spots however, my apologies. ...Read more
10y old gymnast. On her left hand, the three knuckles and the area under them are purple. There is a tender spot. Is it fracture or stress fracture?
Need X-Ray Vision: Could be either or something else. To be sure, the hand should be examined in-person and a decision made as to what to do, especially at this age. Would be important to know the exact circumstances of the injury, if any, or if it was from repetitive activities. The fact that the area is tender and purple places it in a suspicious category. Next ...Read more
My son (6mos) 's left leg turns purple when crying loudly, after he stops it will be normal again but spots will left on his leg, should I worried?
Get checked: May be an irritated taste bud, may be an irritation, either way this should be evaluated by a dentist and then possibly an oral surgeon if the dentist cannot determine why it is there. ...Read more
More info needed:
Need more information to accurately answer your question.
How long do the spots last?
How do they start?
How do they change with time?
How large are they?
Exact color? Bruise?
Do they go away completely.
Photos would help. ...Read more
Seek help: The simple fact that your tooth broke necessitates that you see a dentist asap. ...Read more
Saw? Are they: Still there? If they are show them to a doctor. ...Read more
Please see: Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. This could be many diseases. ...Read more
I have black itchy spots on the inside of my palms. Do anyone know what this is or how to get rid of it?
Palm lesions: There's no way to tell you online what the lesions are on your palms without looking at them. It's possible that they could be anything from a wart to an important premalignant or malignant lesion, and there is a specific fungus which makes black dots on the palms. Definitely see a dermatologist to get this checked asap. ...Read more
I got attacked by mosquitoes the other day and they never really became bumps just weird purple spots. Any idea what it is?
I had a bad fall and my lower back locked on me. Now I have purple, reddish spots on skin in the same place it's locked. What is that?
Bruise?: Is it like a bruise? Could be secondary to fall and a bruise, local hematoma. Or have you put heating pad on it or some muscle cream, gel that you reacted to locally? ...Read more
I have recently been getting small (0.5cm) perfectly round spots (one each time) that are red/purple on arm. Appear suddelny and go in 2 days?
I've got purple spots on the tip of my finger & there geting larger its a little swollen, its painful if I hit it, I haven't done anything to it?
Purple fingers: Purple spots on the fingers can be due to a variety of things, some of them quite dangerous. It is very important that you see a doctor right away for a full evaluation. ...Read more
I have had a small circular patch of tiny bumps on my palm about the diameter of a dime. They don't really itch and the spots vary in color. Help!?
See a dermatologist: This must be seen by a dermatologist. ...Read more
This week I've noticed purple tiny spots on my right hip they disappeared &today I found a new spot on the same hip too. They don't hurt and temporary?
Petechiae?: These spots could simply be related to squeezing or direct pressure on a small part of your skin. However, petechia can be associated with a clotting problem that may be serious and/or related to a bigger problem with your immune system... ...Read more
Very rare syndrome:
Bier spots are very rare. Other things that could cause this appearance need to be checked for and ruled out, before a diagnosis of Bier spots is made. Please get checked. Read more about Bier spots and the other things that can cause that appearance here: http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pmc/articles/PMC4375760/
Stop smoking now, if you do! ...Read more
Unsure: These lesions would need to be examined, a history obtained & other tests may be necessary in order to diagnose them. Usually the lesions needs to be identified to determine the solution. ...Read more
Spots, rashes, are impossible to DX in this format.
To make an accurate DX, an exam is needed, so labs, full history and other testing as necessary.
This can only be done in person. ...Read more
Normal: With the lack of a clinical exam, I would like to call those spots the terminal end of blood vessels. However if they are new spots that you have never seen before, then you may need to have them checked by a dentist. Some common allergies may be expressed by splotches. ...Read more
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