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What can cause an itchy rash on hands and feet?

Various. Most rashes that are itchy are due to exposure to allergens. This can be worse in those with underlying eczema. As long as the skin is not broken and infection seems absent, you can try over the counter cortisone application to lessen the symptoms. If persistent, spreading or causing deeper lesions, a dermatologist should be consulted. Read more...
Many things. There are many different causes of a rash like this. You would need to seek care with your doctor to determine what it might be from. Rashes are something that need to be seen in order to determine the best diagnosis and treatment options. Read more...
ITCHY HANDS/FEET. New soap or detergent. Medications you may be taking. Athlete's foot with spread to hands. Have you taken any medications such as antibiotics lately. If it persists see your dermatologist. Read more...

Sore throat, very smooth oral mucosa, bad mouth taste and tingling lips and itchy rash on hands feet and lips together with UTI, any possible diagnosis?

Multiple. You have a variety of symptoms involving lips, hands, feet, urinary tract , mouth..that it is difficult to guess at a diagnosis. Please see a family doctor to get an accurate history as to duration and severity and sequence of your symptoms. After some testing,a diagnosis will be reached.Best of luck and salaams. Read more...

My 3yr old has an itchy rash on palms of hands and soles of her feet. Maiy itchy at night. What could it be? Thanks

Multiple causes. The most common rash in her age group on the palms and soles is eczema but other possibilities include fungal infections and variations of psoriasis or a few rare conditions. Use only unscented soaps for handwashing and see a physician to see if a topical steroid cream is needed to treat the rash. Read more...

Itchy rash on entire body excluding back and stomach. Hands, feet, cheeks have bumps. Comes and goes. Has had it about a week now.

Hives. A recurrent rash that comes and goes within 24hrs is hives. Try an OTC antihistamine to manage symptoms. It's likely to go away on its own but see if you can link it to possible allergic causes such as new meds or foods like milk, eggs wheat, soy, nuts and sea foods. Viral infections are also a likely and transient cause. Read more...

My mom has black spots that are flakey and itchy on the bottom of her feet. What could that be? Also her hands are itchy&rash like.

Unknown. Skin problems are very hard to diagnose with just a few words such as black, flakey and itchy. The best diagnosis is a biopsy. I would recommend seeing a dermatogist for the best diagnosis and treatment option. Read more...
Possible psoriasis. This could possibly be some form of psoriasis or antoher form of dermatitis. See your dermatologist or podiatrist for a more definitive answer and treatment. Read more...

My 3 year old daughter has had a itchy rash on the bottoms of her feet for over a week. Now it's on the palms of her hands. It's flat red spots.

Many Diagnoses. It is hard to make a proper diagnosis since I am not there to actually see it. I recommend taking her to see a dermatologist so that they can help your daughter get rid of it. Hope this helped :]. Read more...
Might be... ...A common, benign viral illness known as hand, foot and mouth disease. Read more about it here at the cdc site: <a href="http://www.Cdc.Gov/hand-foot-mouth/" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">http://www.Cdc.Gov/hand-foot-mouth/</a>. Read more...

An itchy rash all over my body and swollen feet and hands--allergy?

See dermatologist. It is impossible to tell based on description but it needs to be seen and evaluated boson because of extent amd severity of rash, .It will require systemic medications to treat initially as well as blood tests and probable skin biopsy for evaluation. Read more...

Husband has itchy rash (blister)looking on hands, feet, face&and some on torso. One day fever only, already had chickenpox.?

Chickenpox. A "blistering" rash in that many areas in an adult is most likely to be chickenpox. The leans will be the size of a kitchen match on a pale pink base surmounted by clear blister with an indentation (umbilication) at the top. The blisters turn cloudy and then collapse into scabbed lesions. A past history of chickenpox is not always accurate. I recommend a dr. Confirm the diagnosis promptly . Read more...
Rash. Serious rashes are usually caused by allergic reactions, disorders of the immune system, or by poisonous byproducts of an infection. Blisters in these disorders are usually caused when the proteins that connect layers of skin are attacked. Because the proteins holding them together aren't working, the layers of skin come apart, and fluid fills the space between them, thus forming the blister. Read more...