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White Spots On Thumb
I have a really light vertical line on my left thumb and have these white spots on few of my nails. What could cause it and how can I treat it?
What does the white spots under the fingers mean? I have the white half moons plus I have a lot of white dots. Plus my thumb nail has a indent, why?
I have four stitches on between my thumb and index .i had a wart removed its been four days.but it has been drying sort of but it looks as though its not healing by the stitches but getting dry.and the edges are getting dark just twu spots like dots. my m
Unless it draining: keep it dry...change dressing if indicated and get stitches out (if they are not "temporary") when indicated by your surgeon/dematologist Hope this helps Dr Z ...Read more
I have "airpockets" under my skin in random spots, pelvic region, between thumb and pointer and below both breasts i don't think it is edema: ideas?
Need for examination: It not feasible to interpret what you are calling "airpockets" without a physical examination. It is not likely that air is trapped under the skin at multiple sites, or even one site. It would be prudent to see your doctor for an evaluation. ...Read more
My 25y/o son noticed many small freckle- like spots on 1 bicep + a few more on each arms and a couple by each thumb. They are flat and do not itch.
Callous like spots on index finger and thumb. They appear at random times and they are really sore.
Upon vacationing in Mexico. I've noticed a burn on my hand followed by a few brown spots on a few fingers and b/w my thumb and pointer finger. Help?
See a doctor: This sounds as though it may be something other than a burn. Suggest you see a doctor for examination. ...Read more
Hi! I've red spots/small rashes on the back of my hands, from my thumbs until my index fingers in a semicircle. It's itch and burn. What's this? Thank
Subungual Hematoma: If you are having a lot of pain and discomfort as well, then you may need to see a doctor to have the collection of blood evacuated from under the nail. Usually this is done by poking a sterile needle through the nail to puncture it and allow the blood to drain out. Follow up with your doctor and have it looked at by a professional. Hope this helps. ...Read more