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The palms and bottoms of my daughter's hand and feet are peeling, as is something were eating them. So i wonder what it could be causing it to do that?

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Dr. Marsha Davis
Internal Medicine

In brief: Dyshydyrotic eczema

Is probably a kind if eczema that responds to higher dose steroids and stops peeling, cracking and itching.

In brief: Dyshydyrotic eczema

Is probably a kind if eczema that responds to higher dose steroids and stops peeling, cracking and itching.
Dr. Marsha Davis
Dr. Marsha Davis
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Dr. Michael Fisher
Dermatology

In brief: Peeling Feet & Hands

There are many causes for peeling palms.
They include: excessive sweating, very dry skin, fungal infections, sunburn and reactions to medications. In rare cases, peeling skin could also be a symptom of an illness called kawasaki disease.

In brief: Peeling Feet & Hands

There are many causes for peeling palms.
They include: excessive sweating, very dry skin, fungal infections, sunburn and reactions to medications. In rare cases, peeling skin could also be a symptom of an illness called kawasaki disease.
Dr. Michael Fisher
Dr. Michael Fisher
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