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Doctor insights on: Sore Palms And Soles Of Feet

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Anxiety related? Stress?.. I've had a lot of tests done no results.. Red, hot rash on palms and soles of feet, tingling, fatigued and sore joints?

Anxiety related? Stress?.. I've had a lot of tests done no results.. Red, hot rash on palms and soles of feet, tingling, fatigued and sore joints?

Watch for patterns: It is not uncommon for those with chronic and persistent anxiety to experience physical symptoms due to impact on the immune system. If anxiety is intermittent it may be helpful to monitor onset of symptoms to see if they correlate with life stressors or changes in anxiety. ...Read more

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Whats a rash that started with itching in palms and soles of feet, then hives, then red lines everywhere i was touched now itchy welts?

Whats a rash that started with itching in palms and soles of feet, then hives, then red lines everywhere i was touched now itchy welts?

Dermatographism: You are releasing histamine from tissue. The red streaks with touching / scratching the skin = mechanical/pressure release of histamine = "dermatographism". The itchy welts = urticaria which is another type of allergic manifestation. Although it can be challenging sometimes to discover the exact trigger for this type of reaction your doctor can advise effective therapy if allergy persists. ...Read more

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Not hives no redness cluster of small hard clear fluid filled bumps on heel of palm on both hands palms and soles of feet itchy Benadryl (diphenhydramine) no help?

Not hives no redness cluster of small hard clear fluid filled bumps on heel of palm on both hands palms and soles of feet itchy Benadryl (diphenhydramine) no help?

A form of dermatitis: There are a few different conditions that may cause such a presentation. This could be due to an organism. But there are a variety of causes which could be due to eczema or a less common condition called pompholyx. It can be challenging to diagnose in a clinical presentation, so i'm thinking the blisters should be cultured and biopsied. Some rx's usually include a topical steroid. ...Read more

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