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Red Spots On Thumb
Hi! I've red spots/small rashes on the back of my hands, from my thumbs until my index fingers in a semicircle. It's itch and burn. What's this? Thank
I used a rough sponge to get rid of henna now my hand is blistered what can I do also tiny red spots have appeared under my skin and severe redness?
Exam needed: Its recommended that you be examined by a physician urgently in order to determine whether the findings are due to allergic reaction, primary irritation/inflammation from abrasive trauma or whether there is a superimposed bacterial infection(cellulitis) which needs urgent treatment. ...Read more
Hi! Two red spots appeared on my hand yesterday. They're flat and not itchy. They don't hurt either. Do you know what these could be from?
No one could: without a lot more detail. However, most such things are simple bug bites or minor injuries that go away without treatment. Not worth a lot of worrying! ...Read more
I got 10 red spots on the back of my hand. The first time I got them was a week ago and had them twice since then only last for am hour. Not itchy ?
Unusual: Fleeting nonitchy red spots may be due to transient dilatation of tiny blood vessels in the back of the hand which would be more blotchy. Hives or insect bites or allergic reactions last longer than an hour and are itchy. Did exposure to a change in temperature or something that came in contact with your hand play a role? ...Read more
Red spots on body and tiny (whitish) raised bumps on hand. Are these symptoms of anything serious?
I have red spots on the palm of my hand. Went to the doctors. Said a disease starting with a c and ends with a 16. What is it?
Why are there small traces of blood in my saliva, accompanied with tiny red spots on the back of my hand
Hi! I had small red spots on my right hand. Now it's getting bigger , plus appearing to my left hand!
One afternoon red spots and hives showed up on my hands, both on the palm and back of hand. Since then, they are speratic and come and go. Tammy?
Contact allergy: What you described suggested allergy to some thing you came in contact with. Try to keep a note of the things that you may have touched prior to the rash to discern if there is a pattern or if you can identify a product that causes the symptoms. If you identify, then you may wish to challenge yourself and if the product causes rash you will need to avoid it. ...Read more