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Dr. Holly Maes
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Taking doxycyclhycl and went outside and back is red and two white spots. Some is red and some isn't. Get hot feeling in hands and when i touch cold.?

Taking doxycyclhycl and went outside and back is red and two white spots. Some is red and some isn't. Get hot feeling in hands and when i touch cold.?

Photosensitivity: Doxycycline is one of those medications that make you very prone to skin reactions to sun exposure (photosensitivity). Even a little sun exposure can set it off, and it doesn't need to even be the part of the skin that was exposed, although it is more common to these areas. Try to avoid direct sun while on the med and use sunscreen. If really intolerable, talk to doc about possible change in med. ...Read more

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Red Hands (Definition)

Red hands is also known as Redness of hands. Red hands is a symptom in which a person's hands are redder than normal. Redness is usually caused by increased blood (red colored) in the reddened area. Increased blood flow can be due to allergies, inflammation, infection, hormonal changes, nerve problems, ...Read more


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Dr. Cayce Jehaimi
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I have very swollen/ red hands all of the time for the last 3 yrs. When i put pressure on them they turn white. What could be underlying causes?

I have very swollen/ red hands all of the time for the last 3 yrs. When i put pressure on them they turn white. What could be underlying causes?

Increased blood flow: Swelling with redness, the latter being blanchable, could be a sign of increased vascularity. The fact that you have been living with this for many years indicates that it is not an acute process but still should be inspected by your physician to make sure that your bp, joints, inflammation markers, etc are all ok and not causing what you are describing. Hope this helps. ...Read more

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Dr. Joseph Bouvier
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How to get help for child's red hands?

How to get help for child's red hands?

See below: If it is eczema, use moisturizing ointments multiple times a day on you hands to keep moisture in. Also, steroid creams can help reduce inflammation. The 3 first rules for eczema care per dr. Ronald hanson of phoenix children's hospital (who edits the largest pediatric derm book) are: 1) moisturizing, 2) moisturizing, and 3) moisturizing! ...Read more

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How can I cure my red hands in winter?

See below: If it is eczema, use moisturizing ointments multiple times a day on you hands to keep moisture in. Also, steroid creams can help reduce inflammation. The 3 first rules for eczema care per dr. Ronald hanson of phoenix children's hospital (who edits the largest pediatric derm book) are: 1) moisturizing, 2) moisturizing, and 3) moisturizing! ...Read more

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Dr. Barry Cohen
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How to cure my red hands?

Depends on cause: But probably you cannot.

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Dr. Shane Parmer
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Why do I have red hands during the winter months? They are either very cold, which is typical, and occasionally they are very hot. I'm not a diabetic.

Hyperemic Response: In many individuals cold exposure to the hands causes the vessels to dilate and a hyperemic response occurs. The result is usually very warm, very red skin changes. It can be the body’s response to cold where the tissues can become ischemic with build-up of toxins due to the decreased circulation. This response helps wash toxins away and the tissue to recover. ...Read more

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