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I have tiny red bumps that have appeared between my fingers. They itch and are painful to touch. What could it be? Thx!

Dyshydrosis: This sounds like dyshydrotic eczema. It can be treated with a high potency steroid cream or ointment. It can also be treated with topical lanolin cream. Be sure to keep your hands thoroughly dry after getting them wet. ...Read more

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Feel a small bump under skin at the base of index finger. It's not visible but can be felt when palpated. It can be a little painful. What is this?

Feel a small bump under skin at the base of index finger. It's not visible but can be felt when palpated. It can be a little painful. What is this?

Would need to see: it, possibly biopsy or get MRI. There are many nodules that can form including fatty tumors, neuromas, cysts... see dermatologist or hand specialist for answers. ...Read more

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I have a small painful (almost stinging) bump on my left index finger it is flesh coloured and really can only be felt. I noticed it this morning. then there was a painless pinkish light coloured right above the knuckle of that index finger that i notice

I have a small painful (almost stinging) bump on my left index finger it is flesh coloured and really can only be felt. I noticed it this morning.  then there was a painless pinkish light coloured right above the knuckle of that index finger that i notice

PAINFUL FINGER BUMP: WITHOUT SEEING OR FEELING THIS BUMP, IT'S HARD TO KNOW WHAT EXACTLY THIS IS. WHILE IT DOES NOT SOUND DANGEROUS OR SERIOUS, PLEASE SEE YOUR PCP. HE OR SHE MIGHT HAVE A SOLUTION. IF NOT, THESE DOCTORS WILL REFER YOU TO THE APPROPRIATE SPECIALIST, LIKE A DERMATOLOGIST OR A HAND SURGEON. THANK YOU FOR YOUR QUESTION. ...Read more

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Groups of small colourless bumps on sides of some fingers and side of one palm. Not itchy at all, not painful. Ideas? Cleared up after 2-3 days..

Groups of small colourless bumps on sides of some fingers and side of one palm. Not itchy at all, not painful. Ideas?  Cleared up after 2-3 days..

See your doctor: Having these types of symptoms can best be solved by having your doctor perform a thorough evaluation. Only through this type of process can he/she discover what's going on and how best to help you. ...Read more

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