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Doctor insights on: Tiny White Bumps On Left Wrist

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There's a bump on my left wrist on the pinkie side. my friend said it's jammed.

There's a bump on my left wrist on the pinkie side.  my friend said it's jammed.

Hmm: Can you move it or bend it. Its best to get a full exam of your hand bones, finger and wrist. Hard to deduce much without moving your hand. ...Read more

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I have a rash on left wrist not itchy and no bumps. Any suggetions?

I have a rash on left wrist not itchy and no bumps. Any suggetions?

Culture : If the rash is scaly , it could be fungal , i.e. Ringworm. As such a scrapping for KOH or culture for fungus would be confirmatory. However , your rash could be a result of some other cause. ...Read more

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I have a bump on my right index finger on the side. When i touch it, it hurts. Also the same thing on the inside of my left wrist?

I have a bump on my right index finger on the side. When i touch it, it hurts. Also the same thing on the inside of my left wrist?

See below: This is a problem that requires a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. In that meeting, your doctor will listen to you, perform a throrough examination and possibly order labs or other tests. Based on this information, he/she will be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more

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I've had a small pain in the left chest area and a pain in my left wrist for the past 3 days?

Depends : Depends on your age. Cardiac causes are the first one to come to mind. Is there a family history of heart disease? Do you have any risk factors? Check with your doctor. ...Read more

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I am a very slim girl, so why do I have small fat pockets on only one side of each wrist? The one of my left wrist is clearly bigger. What is this?

I am a very slim girl, so why do I have small fat pockets on only one side of each wrist? The one of my left wrist is clearly bigger. What is this?

Possible ganglion: What you describe is the likely a ganglion. This is a cyst which is a fluid filled pocket and in this case around a tendon that comes from overuse usually. Sometimes the fluid in the ganglion reabsorbs and sometimes it is drained by a doctor. Without a picture I cannot be sure this is what you have. Not usually harmful. If concerned see your MD. ...Read more