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Small Blisters On Fingers That Itch
I have these small blisters on my fingers that itch, then they seem to dry up, my skin peels and cracks then new blisters pop up again. It only happens in the summer, and this is the second summer I have had it.?
I got a bite from a black ant and it really itches. My finger feels like it is throbbing a little. I was wondering if I should pop the blister and how?
I have a really bad blister rash that itches terribly an has continued to spread for about two weeks they are mainly on my fingers an back eczema?
Blister rash: 1). This rash needs to be evaluated " in person" to come up with some conclusive differential 2). The distribution and duration sounds like - scabies or eczema super- infected with bacteria or virus or sone other rash of viral origin. Fungal rash when super infected with bacteria also act like your description. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Have a rash on my fingers, it blisters, peels, itches, ect, it was assumed to be related to ra, but could this be a sign of lupus instead?
Dyshidrotic Eczema: Dyshidrotic eczema is a condition in which small, usually itchy blisters develop on the hands or feet or both. Causes, incidence, and risk factors this blistering type of eczema is twice as common in women than men. People are more likely to develop dyshidrotic eczema when: they are under stress they have allergies, such as hayfever their hands are often in water or moist they do cement work. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Have an on going irritation with the skin on my finger . They look like blisters but I have more itching , swollenness on the cuticle , dyshodrosis?
Probably right: It does sound like you have dyshidrosis or eczema of the hands. This is usually treated with topical cortisone creams, decreasing the number of times a day you wash your hands, using a mild soap and rubber gloves with cotton gloves underneath them when you do the dishes. This is usually worse in the winter and better in the summer. You should see a dermatologist. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I get tiny blisters on my fingers and hands maybe 3 times a year. No pain itching or other symtoms. What are they my dtr who is 9months has them too?
Dyshidrotic Eczema: Dyshidrotic eczema is a type of eczema (dermatitis) of unknown cause that is characterized by a pruritic vesicular eruption on the fingers, palms, and soles. The condition may be acute, recurrent, or chronic. A more appropriate term for this vesicular eruption is pompholyx, which means bubble. The clinical course of dyshidrotic eczema can range from self-limited to dibilitating. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I have had severe itching on the palmar side of my right index finger for years now. A painful "blister" pops up every so often. Any ideas to cause?
Itchy fingers: Several conditions can cause this. Eczema is a common cause of itchy rash on fingers. If a painful blister appears at intervals, it could also be a bacterial infection or a viral infection such as herpes, called herpetic whitlow when on the fingers. Please see your dermatologist when you have the blister. It can be opened, cultured for viruses and bacteria. Stains can also be done for diagnosis. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I used 5% perm cream (scabies) as prescribed. After treatment, there is no more itching but there are a few water blisters on my fingers! any medication?
Itching all over for over a year not scabies not bed bugs my hands are getting little blisters on my fingers and now what looks like a pimple on hand?
Finger webs cracked for weeks, slowly spreading making micro blisters due to itching. Triamcinolone acetonide helps but scared to use every day. What?
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