Doctor insights on:
Why Do My Hands And Feet Itch At Night
Itchy hextremities: Can be caused for the following reasons: 1) diabetes, 2) eczema, 3) seasonal allergies or 4) vascuar problems. If you try otc zyrtec (cetirizine) or Hydrocortisone creams without relief, then make an appointment with an immunologist or your pcp to have your blood checked for type 2 diabetes. If that is normal, then you may need to see a vascular/cardiologist to assess your bloodflow. Don't delay! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hyperhydrosis : Hyperhydrosis ( excessive sweat) can affect the hands and feet. There are many many causes for this too many to list or get worried about but you should see your family doctor and voice your concerns. Treatment may involve topical agents, medications taken by mouth, injection of a drug such as Botox or even surgery. If you go beyond topical application then a specialist will likely be needed. ...Read more
Rls: Restless leg syndrome (rls) is a possibility. It is a clinical diagnosis. Based on complaints of funny feeling in legs. It is worse at night and relieved by activity. Other causes of tingling at night can be neuropathy, vascular insufficiency, nocturnal cramps to name a few. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Night increases itch: Everything that itches, itches worse at night. That's because you have your mind on more important things during the day; at night, with nothing important to think about, your attention turns to whatever is itching. There are tons of causes of itching, most of which are not serious, but if it's bothersome, you should see a dermatologist and get it sorted out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not random: There is always a reason for swelling. It seems random to you most likely because you have not discovered what is responsible yet. The usual suspects are diet, salt intake, positional, exercise related, arthritic, vascular disease, cardiac problems.....If you have ruled out the obvious ones then i would suggest seeing your primary care physician. ...Read more
Varicose veins?: If you have veins that you can see in your legs, think about seeing a phlebologist (vein specialist). If you don't see any veins, you could try wearing compression stockings during the day. If that helps, i would still see a phlebologist. If no veins and stockings don't help, a visit to a podiatrist might be in order. Seeing your primary care doctor before anyone else is never a bad idea. ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Why do my hands itch at night?
- Why do my hands and feet swell at night?
- Why do my hands and feet itch?
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Why are my feet itching at night?
- Why do my hands and feet itch all the time?
- Why do my feet itch?
- Why does my feet itch at night?
- Talk to a dermatologist online for free