Bumps under skin fingers

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No, it wouldn't be athlete's foot (fungus.) There is a form of eczema called dyshidrosis which produces little bumps under the skin of the fingers. That's not very significant and usually doesn't need to be treated. I can't think of anything these could be that you need to worry about. If they persist for a month or two, show a skin doctor, just for peace of mind. Take care. Dr.
I cannot really say for sure what the bumps are, but if they are on your skin (meaning they are not bumps under the skin) then they could be something like a wart. I don't recommend trying to pop them with anything since you could actually make whatever it is possibly spread and also you greatly increase your risk of getting some kind of infection.
I have slightly raised bumps on all of my fingers. It started on a finger that got bite by a cat two years ago( 4 days on iv antibiotics) those went away and now they are on every finger. They have red centers, d onot itch, when they are touched it feels like there maybe a sticker inside them. There is nothing in them, no fluid , no sticker or splinters, nothing!
I have also had these tiny red bumps. They feel like a splinter or sticker-burr under the skin. I currently have them on my right pinkie so everytime I need to write something it hurts. The area all around the bumps is red. I have something similar on my pointer finger below the middle knuckle. This area became very swollen and is just starting to go down. I saw a dermatologist for another reason and he suggested chilblains.
Start of like under skin blisters, look clear and hurt to the touch. Grow in size until skin splits, at which time a white ring will form around bump and center will become red. Sometimes cracks and bleeds (but not typical). They are typically the size of a "Dim" and with keeping clean and bandage will heal over the course of a month or two. Not sure where to begin and worried that this could get infected. **I have had MRSA before and have mild eczema from time to time.
first its itchy and then it got small bubbles under the skin ....bubbles of transparent liquid ....skin get rough after this... plz let me know about this problem.
I get these ichy clear bumps on my fingers they come on a week before my period and go away as soon as it starts. they are clear and have clear liquid in them. they ichy terrible. what are they and how can i get rid of them?
Hello, I'm 17 years old. And I have been receiving bumps under my armpits for a very long time. And the pain varies on how big the bump is. If its a big one then it hurts when move my arm up and down. When its small its doesn't really hurt that much. But anytime I get one I squeeze them with two fingers and sometimes blood, puss, or a substance that looks like water, or even blood mixes with water.
I have blister-like bumps under the skin on the tops of my fingers and toes, sometimes on the knuckles and if I don't pop them they are really painful. When popped fluid comes out and leaves a crater-like hole if you try and remove the skin inside (but then it heals faster and goes away). It seems like I get them only seasonally. I wondered if it had something to do with using chemicals to clean the bathroom so I started wearing gloves but I still seem to get them. Not a lot.
Doc, I have benn getting small red blisters/ bumps on my fingers and palms of both hands for about 8 years now. I am 36y/o. They come and go periodically out of nowhere. They are about the size of a pen tip. They do not pop. They do not itch. They do hurt when pushed on directly. They can last anywhere from 2-3 days to 3-4 weeks. I may get one or two and the a wekk later get more each time on the left or right hand. could this be Herpes? Does Herpes appear in exactly the same place each time?
It is very hard for me to describe this and after much time googling on the internet I have not found anything that remotely explains my problem so I thought I'd give you a shot at it! On one of my fingers I have a bunch of tiny white bubble looking spots underneath my skin. (No lesions, no itching). However when I run my finger over the area it feels hard. The skin is only slightly raised over the area where the "bubbles" are. The little spots are also slightly discolored (white).
my daughter is two and she has Myosistis and she gets the rash like ur talking about and then cant walk very well for awhile and is in pain due to her age i cant give her pain meds much the rash start out as small bumps red then get hard and lumpy under the skin ahs is evry itchy with this she gets them on her tummy feet ankles and butt lasts about 2 1/2 weeks then gose away and comes back dont know if its the same as what u all are haveing but i do have MS and she has MD myosistis and hi
Last night I noticed two small bumps on one of my fingers, I was so tired I didn't think anything of it. When I woke up this morning there were 9 small, skin colored bumps that itched only slightly on a different finger. Two of my other fingers had two small bumps also I am 16.
It is characterized by intense itching, usually at night and by small insect-type bites lesions on the skin. Diagnosis of scabies is made by scraping the skin and viewing the material under a microscope to see the characteristic mite or eggs. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps.
I have a similar symptom on one of my fingers and elbows. The red bumps goes away in a couple of weeks, but it comes back frequently. I did some research and found this article http://www.medicinenet.com/rash/article.htm. I found the reason is I use soap to wash my arms and hands frequently. I thought it help my "allergy" symptom if I keep my hands clean. I am sending you this, hope it will help. I think if you find a doctor and get some medicine will help quickly.
It is characterized by a sudden onset of many deep-seated pruritic, clear vesicles on the fingers and hands which itch and then peel off. As a result the skin may also fissure. Wash the areas several times with fresh water. Do not use any cosmetic products at the sites. You can apply some calamine lotion at the rash as it will help in soothing the skin. You can take some OTC oral antihistamine medications like Benadryl or Claritin and see if it helps.
It started with two very small bumps that were both skin-coloured, one on the side/almost front of my right pointer finger, and one on the side of my left middle finger. Then, a day or two later, I developed three + red painful bumps, one right below my nail on my right pinky finger, one on the upper joint of my left middle finger, and one of the upper joint of my left ring finger. The pain isn't that bad -- the bumps are just sensitive and hurt a bit when touched.
(The size of the bumps range from 1mm to about 5mm in diameter) Lately (the last week) I've been getting red bumps on my fingers, some in-between the 2nd and 3rd joint, but mostly at the finger tips/around the nail. They appear red in color and are BENEATH the skins surface. They are quite painful to the touch and appear red, while others aren't visible except for the pain when touched. (some are not raised at all, while others are).
Hello, For such blisters appearing on the fingers, the first possibility that comes to my mind is of contact dermatitis. The other possibility with such presenting features is pompholyx or dyshidrotic eczema. Avoid using any lotions and creams for the meantime. Wash the area with a mild cleanser with moisturizing properties like Cetaphil. Pat it dry. Then apply a good hypoallergenic moisturizer over the area and see if this improves.
I have these tiny bumps on the inside of my fingers (only on the right hand.) I'm wondering if it could be warts? There is no rough surface, so I'm not sure if using wart remover is a good idea, as it may eat away at the skin. Also, I thought it might be a new reaction to the gloves I use at work. I wear the glove primarily on my right hand, as I am a sonographer, and this is the hand I scan with.
During the school year last year, my brother started to have swollen fingers (not his thumb), and on the fingers there would be red itchy bumps. He says that sometimes they will feel warm when they begin to get irritated and then get extremely itchy. He only gets these every few months or so, and they will stay for about a week tops. As far as he remembers, he never got them during the summer. They do not work on a schedule, and only appear every so often.
I think I have been a bit lucky as I am not as sick as some I have read about or seen,, The documentary Under our skin really made me understand just how debilitating some really get. one thing with my self is that I'm a loaner it does not bother me to not have people around.. I rather it that was for now.. I just don't have the energy to put out the friendship. You have to be a friend to have a friend.. I have always been the giving friend..
This is why I post these things- because as Lu said it's soooo nice to have people say "yea- I know EXACTLY what you are saying" My hands and feet are always cold too- I bug my kids by sneaking up behind them and putting my hands on their back TEE HEE :) This morning my fingers are not tingling like they were, just decrease in sensation in the tips of my pinky and ring finger <> I find it odd we have the sensations in the same fingers. Hey!
My back itches/ feels like something is crawling on my legs, face and arms. Its like something is under my skin and attaches to my hair and forms a mass on each strand of hair.... I dont know what is wrong but please help me... I drink bottles of Benadryl to try to stop the itching and crawing feeling but it does not last long....
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