Bumps on palm

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Yesterday I had a few small red bumps appear on my palm. They are larger and there are more of them today. I have had this problem several times in the past couple of years. They are very painful, so painful that it is almost impossible to close my hand and complete daily tasks. Since I've had this before, I know that within a few days they will be extremly large blisters, turn a blackish color, then dry up and peel off within a week or so.
Yesterday my husband discovered two bumps on the palm of my hands. These are an inch under my wedding ring finger starting with a smaller bump then a larger one in the middle of my palm. These are not painful and I can push and manipulate my palm without pain. What can these be? This discussion is related to <a href='/posts/show/241267'>hpv virus; bumps on palm of hand</a>.
I also have a few, very tiny clear looking bumps/bubbles on the palm of my left hand. I can lift the skin with a sterilized needle and the skin comes up as if it just peels right off. Sometimes they reappear, sometimes they do not. I am curious as to what you think this may be. I do wear latex gloves a lot, I also wash my hands very often. Could it be that I do not rinse my hands well enough or the latex gloves?
Hello, I recently moved to a dry climate and have been having problems with very small (1 mm) fluid filled bumps on the plam of my hands and sometimes the tips of my fingers. The bumps itch somewhat initially until I open them and a small amount of clear fluid is released. Then they heal and are fine. I have had this condition before but never quite to this extent as they are now very common on my palms. Is this caused by dry skin or a fungus? How should I treat it? Thank you!
At least twice a year over the last 4 years I've noticed these small, unraised clear bumps form mostly on the sides of my fingers and in clusters on the palm of my hands. They do not itch, ever so slightly raised and very tiny. They sorta remind me of warts but are not cauliflowered shaped and much smaller. They'll appear for a week or two and then peel off, only then do they itch a little. I believe they occur when I eat a lot of refined sugar.
I've included a picture of the bumps on wrist, which is similar in appearance to the bumps on the palm. Hopefully the picture won't be too washed out from the flash. Any guidance or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I will go back to (a different) physician, in particular a dermatologist, if it appears worthwhile to go and spend that money but I don't want to just spend money without actually getting any help. Thanks!
small red itchy bumps on finger and palm and now growing on shoulders, back and legs
I have a few small bumps on the palm of my right hand and they are itchy. They havent appeared anywhere else on my body and they actually resemble very tiny blisters. They dont itch all of the time but it is still bothersome. About three months ago my family experienced scabies for the first (and hopefully last) time. No one has had any problems for months but I am wondering if I got reinfected.
EVERYONE: LOOK UP CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME, i had the exact same symptoms as most of you described, my GP referred me to an orthopedist suspecting I had carpal tunnel syndrome and I did. Treatment seems to be working fine. I know the first instinct is to think it may be dermatological but I am 100% convinced most of you here have it, it's something like a pinched nerve due to some long-term activity such as frequent typing. PLEASE, PLEASE ask you doctors if this may b your case.
I have tiny itchy bumps on the palm of my hand and they have spreaded to my arms legs & feet they always itch!
my son has small raised "bumps" under skin on palm of hand peeling of fingertip skin accompanied by tingling sensation in fingertips, very itchy and it hurts as he says there is a family history of severe eczema and of lupus Can you give us some insight as to what this might be
i have never experienced rashes before. they are like little bumps on my palms, even fingers, and some on my feet. it gets very itchy in the night and morning, especially in the middle of the night. I've tried applying different types of skin cream but doesnt help much. The rashes are spreading bit by bit, and i still have no idea what it is, and what the cause is. I did not change any habits, still always clean. I've tried washing in dettol, still nothing. any thoughts?
I understand that any symtom can and cannot be a sign of ars making diagnosis impossible with symtoms alone, but I have heard that the most common and frequent is a rash. My rash is located on the palms of my hands only at the moment and spread from my thumb area outwards reaching my finger tips. My palms feel quite dry and sometimes they feel prickly. When the rash first showed up around the base of my thumb, it was quite itchy, which may have led to the spread, but I am not sure.
I thought it was internal as well because I do not recall being bit or scratched or cut. But they travel up into the middle of my palm, along the creases of my palm. I agree ... very annoying!
A week after I was informed of this I noticed a small (at first painful) bump on the palm of my hand, by my index finger. It is a small bump with a red center, now I have 4 of them. They are barely noticeable. If i run my nails over them, they feel as if they have a splinter inside of them. I'm so paranoid now, because my sister said they look like warts and HPV causes warts, and I don't know what to do. Any advice?
I've been having itchy palm too on my left hand for months and worried that this signals a more serious problem. I don't have any bumps but it's pinkish in color due to scratching. I hope there's someone who can help me on this matter.
I have this strange bumpy rash on my right hand palm and middle finger. Not sure what it is. It is slightly itchy, same color as my skin, not excreting anything.
Hello. I have herpes on the palm of my hand. I assumped it was Zoster. I first saw the outbreak on the palm of my hand when I had my very first outbreak (contracted) of genital herpes. I always assumped it triggered Zoster in my hand. However, my hand has frequent, recurring flare-ups, approximately once every 3 months. What can the treatment be? I was told by my physician that it wasn't Zoster since it is recurring--that it's "Herpes". I'm guessing it's HSV-2 on my hand?
I thought that they might be beg bugs bitting us but why would they only be on the palm of our hands and fingers. I put cortizone cream on them and the itching goes away but I would really like to know what they are. Could it be chigger? This discussion is related to <a href='/posts/show/512294'>bumps/ blisters on palms, hands fingers</a>.
Before this I noticed these I had 2/3 very small red flat dots on the right palm of my hand. I went to my doctor, she said that it looks like the spots on my hands are a skin irritation that are common in children. She said that it is different then the dots on my thighs.There is a small cluster of them right by my butt. She told me that it wasn't any sexually transmitted disease or anything. But the 2 bigger bumps on my thighs have reduced, they are just red flat spots now.
When I woke up this last time, I have two more bumps, this time on my right hand. These are on my palm though, not my fingers. I was just wondering what this is? I read a lot of posts on the forum about these and one of the possible diagnoses was herpetic whitlow. I looked up pictures just to see what it looked like because I've never heard of it, and maybe google only shows extreme cases, but it looks NOTHING like that.
This happened on Christmas ( Dec. 25, 2012 ). I have unusual bumps in my palm. On the left and right. They are reddish and itchy and also swollen. I put some nizoral cream, petroleum jelly, and green cross alcohol. But none of them worked. I am living on a tropical climate. Philippines. Um, they dont go away but they keep occuring. They don't go in other parts of my body. It is on palm only. What is the treatment for these? ( Btw, I'm panicking. Just a little.
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