Itchy flat red spots on hands that come and go randomly.?

HIVES (urticaria) Hives 'can come and go randomly' and if chronic may not have a discrete cause in >50% of cases. Allegra (fexofenadine) (or generic fexofenidine) 180mg a day may help.

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My partner has non-itchy, flat, red spots on his butt, leg & hand. Did a blood test and isn't virus infection. Do you have an idea?

See a dermatologist. Without being able to examine these it is impossible to diagnose. Have him seen and treated appropriately. One concern for lesions on the palms is syphilis. Go and get evaluated. Good luck. Read more...

Hi! Two red spots appeared on my hand yesterday. They're flat and not itchy. They don't hurt either. Do you know what these could be from?

No one could. without a lot more detail. However, most such things are simple bug bites or minor injuries that go away without treatment. Not worth a lot of worrying! Read more...

2-3 ours after taking off my nitril gloves my hands get swollen with red spots, They are not itchy and nothing oozes. What can I do to treat them?

Skin irritation.. Plastic glowed can create a lots of moisture after 2-3 hours. Most likely it is reaction to inner glide heat and humidity. Wash your hands with mild soap and put on good nonalergebic moisturizer - Like " Vitamin A+D ointment ( pharmacy ban section) . If you use gloves - take breaks after hour or less. If any rash , redness , pain worsen see your Doc . Read more...

I got 10 red spots on the back of my hand. The first time I got them was a week ago and had them twice since then only last for am hour. Not itchy?

Unusual. Fleeting nonitchy red spots may be due to transient dilatation of tiny blood vessels in the back of the hand which would be more blotchy. Hives or insect bites or allergic reactions last longer than an hour and are itchy. Did exposure to a change in temperature or something that came in contact with your hand play a role? Read more...

I have itchy red spots near my ankles. I also have them on my hands but there not itchy. What is it?

Tinea rash. Small, tiny red bumps around the ankles, may be a fungus called tinea pedis. If they are itchy, you need to treat them with topical antifungals or oral medications. Go see your podiatrist or dermatologist. Your hands may be affected by an id reaction. Your doctors will explain that to you. Read more...
Fungal infection. When someone has a lower extremity fungal infection there is a possibility of having a upper extremity reaction called "id". Clear the infection with an antifungal and the hands will clear. Read more...
Chilblains . Could possibly be chilblain. A chilblain is a small, red swelling on the skin which can be very itchy and gradually becomes very painful. Here's a link to the mayo clinic: http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/chilblains/ds01091. Hope that helped! please vote me up if you can, thanks and good luck! Read more...