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Why do I get bumps on my hands when it gets warm out?

Why do I get bumps on my hands when it gets warm out?

Eczema?: You may have sweaty palms in the heat of the year. This can cause small blisters on the palms of the hands and along th sides of the hands and fingers and is called dishidrosis or dishidrotic eczema. This ususally responds to medium strength to high potency topical steroid creams/ointments. See your pcp or dermatologist. Keep the hands as dry as possible. ...Read more

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I have red bumps that are warm, itchy, and pain full in my arms,and hands. Otis also causing swelling. What is it?

I have red bumps that are warm, itchy, and pain full in my arms,and hands. Otis also causing swelling. What is it?

Sounds like allergic: Sounds like an allergic reaction if it involves both arms and both hands in an equal distribution. I don't understand the word "Otis" Did you mean to say, "It is?" or did you mean to say something like OTITIS...if you have ear problems as well? If this came on acutely and is getting worse you may wish to get to an ER for immediate relief. If you wish to show it to me online let me know. ...Read more

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I get red spots only on right hand? Not itchy, sensitive to heat, comes and goes, no bumps or scabing, just red spots. What could this be?

I get red spots only on right hand?  Not itchy, sensitive to heat, comes and goes, no bumps or scabing, just red spots. What could this be?

Eczema: One of the most common conditions of the hand is eczema. This is a dry skin condition. Use good moisturizing cream like Aveeno (oatmeal) and you can use an over the counter steroid cream when it flares. You can use the steroid cream for five days in a row. Do not use the steroid continuously to prevent side effects. ...Read more

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Why do I get bumps on my hand when it is sunny?

Why do I get bumps on my hand when it is sunny?

Sunny & Bumpy: You may be referring to photodermatitis that can be precipitated by oral medications. If you take an oral medication check with your doctor as it could be sun sensitizing. The rash or bumps can occur anywhere the sun shines on your skin; out of the sun it usually resolves. If you wash with certain soaps or use certain lotions on your hands this could explain why only the hands are involved. ...Read more

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I get 1-2 small red blister-like bumps on my hands when stressed, usu. In finger joints. Currently have around 30, some in clusters. What should I do?

I get 1-2 small red blister-like bumps on my hands when stressed, usu. In finger joints. Currently have around 30, some in clusters. What should I do?

Eczema: Dyshidrosis, also known as dyshidrotic eczema or pompholyx, is an uncommon skin condition in which very small, fluid-filled blisters appear on the palms of your hands and the sides of your fingers. The soles of your feet also can be affected. ...Read more

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I have little tiny bumps on my hands arms a doctor told me it was because of nickel allergy I stopped wearing nickel stuff but I still get them why?

I have little tiny bumps on my hands arms a doctor told me it was because of nickel allergy I stopped wearing nickel stuff but I still get them why?

Needs evaluation: If you stopped all exposure to nickel, then the bumps you are describing must be from something else. Probably best to see a dermatologist in person for an evaluation. You also could send a photo of the rash to a dermatologist on healthtap using the private messaging feature on the doctor's profile. ...Read more

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I have these bumps on my hands, stomach, and legs and they itch. Are they from stress or are they a heat rash?

I have these bumps on my hands, stomach, and legs and they itch. Are they from stress or are they a heat rash?

Medical evaluation: Dear cheetah, this is one of those things that actually requires a medical history & examination of the lesions in order to provide an even remotely accure assessment. Suggest this be evaluated by your personal physician or a dermatologist. Take care. ...Read more