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What could cause redness and burning sensation on top of my hands?

What could cause redness and burning sensation on top of my hands?

Burning hands: On the hands the most common causes of redness and burning are chemical irritation of some sort. It can come from soaps, creams, solvents at work or cleaning agents, medicines, possibly something like poison ivy, rarely from a systemic disorder like vasculitis. ...Read more

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What could cause burning inside the top of my hands off and on that leaves redness?

What could cause burning inside the top of my hands off and on that leaves redness?

Likely dermatitis: This sounds like a contact dermatitis from a substance you're coming in contact with like a hand cream or soap or a set of gloves you are using. See your doctor or a dermatologist. ...Read more

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What causes redness and swelling, tingling, burning, and itching in my hand?

What causes redness and swelling, tingling, burning, and itching in my hand?

HAND ITCH: Only one hand? How long had it been. It could be something you are in contact with. New soap? Work materials? Gloves? Hobbies? Be a detective. Do you take any oral medications? ...Read more

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What causes deep itchy burning feeling with red splotches on hands and feet?

What causes deep itchy burning feeling with red splotches on hands and feet?

Allergies: This condition appears to be an allergic reaction to something internal or external and the use of benadryl(causes drowsiness) or claritin(nondrowsy) May help. If you cannot identify triggers, consult an allergist for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more

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What causes burning, bright red, itching tops of the hands and feet with no rash?

What causes burning, bright red, itching tops of the hands and feet  with no rash?

Dermatitis : Bright red inflammatory itching tops of the feet and hands are consistent with some sort of atopic or allergic reaction to some object or organism. Acute atopic dermatitis is consistent with such symptoms. Try otc Hydrocortisone as a first aid treatment, but it does not subside within 72 hours, seek a dermatologist for a more throrogh examination. ...Read more

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Painful cracked & dry knuckles, red, burning on one hand only. Happens every fall & winter but only on right hand. What would cause this?

Painful cracked & dry knuckles, red, burning on one hand only. Happens every fall & winter but only on right hand. What would cause this?

Eczema will get you: at a very young age, and it continues throughout your life. Sometimes a certain lotion or chemical in the lotion will make it worse. Try to use different unscented moisturizers, even prescription ones, to see if it would help alleviate the problem . I would put the moisturizer on several times a day. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. ...Read more

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Backs of hands are red itchy burning & warm to the touch. When i scratch a lot they swell. Cause? I take singulair (montelukast) for asthma. Can I use hydrocortison

Backs of hands are red itchy burning & warm to the touch. When i scratch a lot they swell. Cause? I take singulair (montelukast) for asthma. Can I use hydrocortison

See an MD: Your description sounds like contact dermatitis. It is recommended that you see a physician before applying otc creams which will change its appearance and the diagnosis will be more difficult later. It is important to accurately diagnose the rash and treat it adequately. ...Read more

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What std causes red and white spots on palms and burning sensation on palms of hands?

What std causes red and white spots on palms and burning sensation on palms of hands?

Probably no STD: Syphilis can cause a skin rash that involves the palms and soles, but unlikely to cause burning; and syphilis is rare in women in your part of the country. Probably this is something other than syphilis or any other STD. But STDs wouldn't be on your mind if you weren't at risk, so get tested. Play it safe and see a doctor for diagnosis and possible treatment. Good luck! ...Read more