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Why Are My Hands Always Red And Raw
Dry skin: Sounds like the skin of your hands are very dry and that you may be prone to eczema. Soap can be very irritating to the skin so I would focus more on restoring the moisture with water followed by a layer of aquaphor or eucerin 2-4x/day. I often recommend getting a moisturizer that comes in a pump bottle since it is easy to use. Putting moisturizers in the refrigerator can be soothing. ...Read more
Wear gloves.: Obviously you should wear gloves when using any type of cleaning agent. Bleach is very toxic to your skin and hands. I would recommend that you apply some vaseline type onitment and then put on a glove to let is work on your skin. You may have to do this for a week or so to let your hands heal. ...Read more
About once a month my hands get dry, red, raw, and peel leaving my hands in pain. Sometimes my hands will get very warm also, is it a nickle allergy?
Only if: This happens from 1-3 days after contact with nickel or whatever other agent you may have been using once monthly. Since there is no itching, it points more to an irritant reaction. ...Read more
My wound on top of hand closed I used a micro derm device to smooth it out, skin got very red raw! Will that scar? Does micro d promote faster healing?
When I was a child the palm of my hand was red raw and sore. The skin would flake off and it was itchy. The ball of my foot also did it. Cause?
Possible allergy: It could have been an allergic reaction to something coming in contact with both your hands and feet. It could have been a type of eczema called dyshidrosis. It's unlikely that it was athlete's foot, which doesn't typically affect the palms, especially in children. Without seeing the rash, that's about as far as I can take it. ...Read more
Redness of hands =: Erythema of hands.Get a more detailed answer ›
There is a redness on the palms of my hands most of the time. What is causeing the palms of my hands to be Red most of the time?
Mutiple causes: You really need a complete physical exam and blood testing: sometimes this is involuntary vasomotor instability (similar to blushing); however it can also be related to other issues. ...Read more
M.any things: Red, itchy and tingling hands @ 54 most likely are the same reasons they happen at 24, 34 etc... Have you used a cleaning product without gloves? Taken a new medication? The fact that it is both hands would seem to rule out a lot of bad things. Look for what has changed last. A good place to start. Good luck! ...Read more
Hand redness: Hand redness can be from infections which usually require a physician visit since it would be painful with swelling. Mild skin redness can be lots of different things such as mild infections, inflammation, dryskin/eczema, reactions to meds/detergents. Try a gentle aveeno (oatmeal) cleanser, otc steroid cream with a thick emollient such as aquaphor if no change see a physician. ...Read more
I cut my hand on a bronze statue. The wound bled but stop on its own. It has been 18 hours There is redness. Is it infected?
Pain in rt hand small finger for month. Pains while bending the finger. No sign of redness or deformity. No history of injury.
I woke up this morning with two puncture holes in the top of my hand with a little redness around them. Could this be a spider bite?
Yes, quite likely:
Yes, it is very likely that you have a spider bite or some type of bug bite.
I would watch it closely, and if any redness starts spreading, immediately seek medical attention, as you may need antibiotics. ...Read more
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
I have intermitted but intense itching with no rash that travels from my back to head and then hands with no redness or rash.
Possible allergies: Get examined- what are you asking?Get a more detailed answer ›
Is it normal to have wet hands with redness on the palm? Happened for months now and I never have a wet palms before. It's because of weather change.
Likely weather, but: 18 y/o Female asks, Is it normal to have wet hands with redness on palm? Happened for months now and I never have wet palms before. It's because of weather change. Most likely the weather being summer has something to do with it. Hydration also. But if it persists beyond the season one should see the PCP as Hormones and other medical conditions can also be causative. ...Read more
I have been taking oratane for a year now, and my hands are red when by my side, and turn back when above my heart, what can I do to reduce redness?
Here are some...: Whenever possible adverse effects from a drug is suspected, stopping & reusing such drug with caution is the only way to prove if it should be blamed. So, stop oratane and see its prescribing doc for evaluation, observation, and counseling. To get health-related issues cared correctly, follow instructions in http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. ...Read more
Woke up with some redness on my hand and by night, it looks like a bruise but it does not hurt. It's been 10 days & it's still there. What can it be?
Hand redness: There are many possibilities, and too difficult to guess based on your description. I would recommend seeing a dermatologist. ...Read more
Depends on the cause: Redness ad swelling on the hands and feet can be due to a variety of different reasons. Have your self evaluated by a professional. ...Read more
Bumps on hands: itchy sometimes, other times not. Bumps are skin coloured--no redness. The itch is almost a burning sensation.
Palm side of hand?: These could be the tiny sweat glands that become swollen. This usually comes and goes. Very annoying. ...Read more
I have severe redness in my hands. Is there any ways I can get rid of it without going to a doctor? Perhaps some sort of diet, activity, etc?
Erythema: Palmar erythema (redness of palms) may be seen in liver disease in men. It occurs from female hormone effect in women, however. But if your entire hand shows redness other factors such as histamine from allergies and certain other hormones can cause it. If you feel that your hands are abnormally redefined consult a dermatologist for evaluation. ...Read more
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