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Recurring Rash On Wrist
Hi, I have rashes appearing on my hands (wrist and palm) They seem to appear and disappear only to reappear again.?
See derm when rash: Is present for diagnosis and treatment options ...Read more
Hi I have a rashes on both of my wrist. Around a year, and now spreading to my fingers. Its pale in color and kinda have a scale pattern.
Rash: Rashes are hard to diagnose sometimes when you are looking at them. Impossible to diagnose without even seeing them. You need to see your doctor. ...Read more
There is a small rash on my wrist below my palm. It doesn't itch at all. There are no rashes anywhere else on me. Is it an allergic reaction?
Possibly: Is is a site where jewelry of a watch sits? ...Read more
What r some rashes that start as red inflamed welts that turn to blisters and burns. Only happens on my wrist. I have chronic hives. What could this b?
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.?
Can someone have lupus even if the only symptom is bilateraljoint pain in hands, shoulder, knees, wrist? (-)rashes, photosensitivity, weakness, fatigue, fever
Of Course; ; Hope No: Lupus erythematosus is a notoriously variable disease process, from person to person ; time to time. Since which portions of their body the person's immune system is currently targeting, ; to what degree, varies widely, the consequences also vary widely. Even with high quality lab, diagnosis is problematic ; while treatment outcome, by only medications, can help, outcomes are rarely very good. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Re-occurring severe itch on my Left hand under middle finger near the center of my palm. Just that small spot. No rash. Should I wait or see the doc?
Skin itch: Re-occurring severe itch on my Left hand under middle finger near the center of my palm. Just that small spot. No rash. Should I wait or see the doc? ANS: perfect for a live video consult. I am her for next 4 hrs. ...Read more
Hyomax: Hyomax can dry you up. It it probakbly drying out your skin which is secondarily causing your itching. ...Read more
Hi my partner has a rash on his wrist he only gets it though when he wears his watch or a bracelet can someone tell me what the best thing to do for it please.?
Allergy: He is probably allergic to the materials that make the watch or bracelet such as sterling silver, sliver plated, steel, titanium etc. I recommend find out and avoid to wear those materials that he is allergic to. ...Read more
Many possibilities: There are many things that could cause a skin rash. Several types of inflammatory conditions of the skin, allergic reactions, sun exposure, insect bites, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections can cause rashes on the skin. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
? allergic to nickel: You are either allergic to nickel or when you wash your hands soap remains under the wrist watch and that irritates your skin. ...Read more
Wrist rash: A rash is a change to skin condition which can affect color, appearance, or texture. It may or may not be painful or itch. The wrist connects the hand to the arm. ...Read more
Too many possible: There are just too many rashes that it could be. Have it seen by the doctor to find out what it is and how to treat it. ...Read more
WRIST RASH: One common transferable disease that can occur on the wrist is a ringworm (fungal) infection. Are you around any cats or dogs? Another can be impetigo. Do you wrestle? See a dermatologist if it doesn't disappear in a few days. Without actually seeing your rash it's impossible to k now. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See a dermatologist: There are several hundred possibilities. See a dermatologist to determine the cause. ...Read more
Rash on inside of both wrists? Little red dots...Help?! alergy? Should I be worried? Slightly itchyy
Difficult to answer: It is very difficult to diagnose a rash like the one you describe without actually seeing it in person. I would recommend seeing you primary care physician. ...Read more