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Swollen Red Blotchy Hands
Area where I got stung there is a green bubble and red blotchy circle around it, redness circle around it is getting bigger now my hand is swollen?
Developed rash on the backs of my hands, starting at the middle knuckle and stopping just before the wrist. Rash is blotchy red, possibly mildly swollen. The backside of the palm looks like tiny red squiggly lines (raised blood vessels?) rash doesn't itch
Blotchy red hands that itch swell and burn it's only on one part of my hand close to my thumb but on both hands could this be something serious?
Hands/feet/ankles swell (2x size) & get red blotchy rash after eating any type food & become numb but painful prickling & tired, weak, confused?
Watch salt intake: This could be a problem of salt intake being too high. Other alternatives that could cause swelling are glutens and dairy. I would check in with your primary care doc for a complete checkup
Stretch: Stretching, elevate, warm water, et circulation going...
What oinment I should use for the bites of cockroach, I have a lots in my hands and legs, just discovered when I woke up the redness, swollen and redness?
On x-mas a knife went through my hand, uncontrollable blood lead to stitches and now my stitches out. Area still split redness swollen and sore, why?
Need to see it.: A picture = 1000 words (whereas u only get 100 letters), so consider HealthTap Prime or scheduling an appt w/ ur doctor 4 confirmation of the following: scar tissue has only 70% of strength of original skin & less blood flow; I think u r seeing redness & splitting bcuz ur skin is not growing back whole like when u were 3. The soreness is from nerve irritation which is normal but won't go away soon
2 yo developed redness, blotchy, and hives on tops of hands and feet, face, arms yesterday. All of these keep appearing and going away and appear 2days?
Various causes: Recurrent hives in a 2 y/o is most commonly a associated with viral infections. Another possibility would be a newly developed food allergy or an allergy to the Prilosec. Try giving a ½ tsp of Cetirizine twice a day for a week then stop it and observe. If it returns then look at the above mentioned factors and restart the anti histamine and maintain it for 4, weeks. If it returns then it's ChronicSee 1 more doctor answer
Waking up to swollen, stiff, painful hands, redness in palms and finger pads. Taking Aleve (naproxen) and using heat. Swelling goes down after a few hours.?
See a rheumatologist: Or your PCP. May be rheumatoid arthritis.
Swollen ring finger on left hand. No joint pain just stiffness. No other fingers hurt. Both hand and wrist feel fine. No redness. Any ideas?
Remove ring, if any: If you are wearing ring on the affected finger, you try taking it off and going without for a couple of weeks.See 1 more doctor answer
Irritation to area: It is most likely due to dryness or other irritations to the area. Frequent hand washings can dry out the skin as well as contacting irritant such as soap, cleaners, etc. Moisturize the skin frequently. But be aware that some moisturizers can also irritant sensitive skin.
Sometimes palms of my hands get red with white tiny circles or blotchy (sausage like). No other symptoms. Goes away after a little. Cause?
L had a gangelon on top of my hand and l smacked it hard now very swollen and red and black but now l cannot stop banging it will it be alright.
My son came in from playing and his hands were red hot and very swollen. I thought because it was cold outside but it's been like this for hours.
WATCHFUL WAITING....: Mild redness, swelling and warm feeling is ok, as long as the boy is not in pain. Just keep an eye. If too much swelling, pain or any worsening, check with his pediatrician tomorrow.
Yes: Smoking is bad for health in every direction including circulation of the blood
My hands get really red, swollen and they feel tingly. And my left side back gets tingly aswell, it doesn't hurt but it's bothering?
Be seen: There are multiple potential causes. A good check up with a medical doctor would probably be a good place to start.See 1 more doctor answer
Raynaud's phenomenon: Raynaud's phenomenon is a vasospastic disorder causing discoloration of the fingers, toes, and occasionally other areas. Named after french physician maurice raynaud (1834–1881), the phenomenon is believed to be the result of vasospasms that decrease blood supply to the respective regions. Stress and cold are classic triggers.
Possible infection: If you get redness and swelling around where you have a splinter, the first concern is the beginning of an infection. I would recommend an evaluation by a health care professional today. You may be placed on antibiotics. In addition, the splinter will need to be removed. Good luck!See 1 more doctor answer