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On the days it wasn't as red it was very dry <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>bumpy</span> and scaly horrible. The attack lasted months and the skin was starting to look wrinkly! I tried what seemed to be everthing I found vaseline the best to soothe and try to protect the skin. The pharmist told me to try aveeno cream which soothed it but it was still there. I paid for a Herbalist and she gave me a cream,and some horrible medicine to try which I took because I was fed up and would do anything .
i have some sort of growth on my right pinkie finger. They are round <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>bumpy</span> growths.
I was recently diagnosed as having some sort of nail dystrophy on my fingernails. I was told the name of the condition but I cannot remember it and I was hoping you could help. It began with a T and was called " T_________ dystrophy". Basically what is wrong with my nails now is that they have ridges that run vertically down the nail bed, and some have very prominent, bumpy knobs or ridges down the center of each nail.
It started with tingling hands, then moved on to hair loss (now my biggest concern), dry skin, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>bumpy</span> fingernails, and the feeling of being cold ALL the time, especially my hands and feet. I have been to numerous doctors and have had blood work done every couple of months for the past year. The doctors are saying it isn't my thyroid (my TSH has been under 1), but I seem to have all of the symptoms. I took a look at my blood work over the past 10 years and noticed that my TSH was always around 1.
I had 5 negative ELISA during the last 6 month and 2 negative HIV 1 PCR tests, but my symptoms don't go away. For the past 8 month I'm having severe pharyngitis, the back of my throat all red and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>bumpy</span>, severe cough with a congestion. I have feelings that I'm going to choke on it. In June I've got Proximal subungual onychomycosis on my toe nails, 6 month later it appeared on my fingernails. I know this kind of fungal infection associated with HIV. What should I do?
i have eczema all over my body and have acne (im 16 so the acne is obviously from my age) but i have this horrible rash on my shins and calf its very small <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>bumpy</span> bubbles. theyr not fungus i cant pop them theyr only viewable if u look at an angle but are not filled with anything.
based on your description, it sounds like your doctor is right. tactile defensives is a sensory processing disorder. you don't necessarily have to have a painful or burning sensation though. did you have a rough time in school as young child? this would explain it. Signs Of Tactile Dysfunction: http://www.sensory-processing-disorder.com/sensory-processing-disorder-checklist.html 1.
Some weird sx that may /may not be related (new onset oily scalp,brittle,<span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>bumpy</span> fingernails).I took a 6 cycle course of zithromax which ended in Sept. for ?infection on my fingernails(yellowing and bumpy, I have excema).I have read a lot about vit B deficiency and wonder could this be it?I had restarted multi vits 5 days prior to my B12 check.I have an Mri scheduled (had a negative Mri 4 yrs. ago for a stabbing headache) but would like any input!Thanks!
They appeared brown, small, slightly raised and flat,, like a piece of dirty splattered on. I was able to remove both of them using my fingernails fairly easily and with little to no pain. They bled profusely for a good while (relative to their size). Within weeks they grew back looking very characteristically like warts (raised, bumpy, skin colored).
all my facial hair has suddenly, over the course of 3 days, gone completely blonde. I am fairly dark skinned with black hair, so this comes as a great surprize. Any ideas about what could be the cause of any of these symptoms, or what might cause them to happen all at once would be greatly appreciated. I am at the end of my rope and my doctors seem fresh out of ideas.
I have gone through about 3 rounds of this the last couple of months. First I had a red, bumpy rash on my chest, no itch, felt like tiny bumps. Then it seemed to be on the top & sides of my shoulder/upper arm & upper back. The chest are if scratched seemed to have a minescule hard whitehead in it. It itched at night a couple of weeks. I had a cortisone shot (40 mg), tried different creams, lotions & it went away.
20 months ago I quit smoking and in that time I have put on over 100lbs my hair has turned in a thick frizzy mess, I have lost fingernails and toe nails, I have gotten severe acne that even acutane didn't treat, I get this <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>bumpy</span> red rash all over my arms, hands, legs and feet that scars rather badly, 75F weather and I'm freezing and I have chest and abdominal pain a lot.
it's a rush of blood - my fingers feel warm (like the feeling in your cheeks when you blush) - Painless, itchless - Smooth, not <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>bumpy</span>/scaly - It appears in a somewhat strange rash-like pattern - kind of splotchy on the edges. (But the splotches are small).
Example, center of my bottom lip, left side of my bottom lip, both nostrils, knuckle of rt and lft pinky (approx 3mm, always in same place, bleeds occasionally), under fingernails on both hands (thumbs and index fingers, middle finger left hand). Amoxicillin for 7 days, Lamisil for 30 days (foot fungus), but no change with "cuts". Hands are constantly stinging, especially when washed. Cuts under my fingernails are especially painful when with liquids and temperature (cold/hot).
They appeared brown, small, slightly raised and flat,, like a piece of dirty splattered on. I was able to remove both of them using my fingernails fairly easily and with little to no pain. They bred profusely for a good while (relative to their size). Within weeks they grew back looking very characteristically like warts (raised, bumpy, skin colored).
The rash is mainly in the areas of my knuckles (at the base of my fingers) with the tiny blisters going up to the base of my fingernails. It goes down the webbed area between thumb and forefinger (bilaterally), and continues to my palms and faintly on the wrists. It has crept up slightly toward my ankles but is mainly at the base of my toes (top of feet). It is itchy. The skin at the rash seems thick and tough.
Went to lay down and developed slurred speech, inability to move right side, bluish color in fingernails and vertigo. my blood pressure was also elevated. Didn’t want to go to hospital since just there a week ago. Finally agreed to go to hospital 3 hours after event. When CT scan was done, didn’t show stroke. Other tests included echo, brain MRI and upper GI. All negative. There were some areas of high-signal in brain MRI, but they felt they were non-specific.
I have developed a number of itchy red bumps on various places on my body. Every once in awhile I develop hard <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>bumpy</span> red skin on my right index finger that is sore to the touch, but usually just goes away after awhile. It almost looks like a callus. It's annoying an hurts when I touch or bend my finger but eventually the bumps go away and everything is fine. Some of the new bumps kinda feel the same though, it's similar pain when touched. Recently I noticed similar bumps on my heel.
They appeared brown, small, slightly raised and flat,, like a piece of dirty splattered on. I was able to remove both of them using my fingernails fairly easily and with little to no pain. They bled profusely for a good while (relative to their size). Within weeks they grew back looking very characteristically like warts (raised, bumpy, skin colored).
After a long and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>bumpy</span> road where my wife's Dr refuses to test for Free T3 (they will do FT4), and my wife resisting me on the importance of FT3 testing. my wife finally decided to go to HealthcheckUSA and ordered the test on-line. We have to pay for this out of pocket but we'll FINALLY know where she stands. She will go to have blood drawn Monday. Hopefully the results will follow soon after. her last test in Mid July was FT4 0.68 ( 0.75 - 1.54) TOTAL T3 1.46 ( 0.7 - 1.7) TSH 3.
Riba) side effects. I didn’t have any significant SFX during treatment but have had a <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>bumpy</span> ride since then. The accumulation of the drugs seems to have attacked the weakest link: my digestion. Ironically, at my last doctor’s appointment (1 week post EOT), he asked me how my diarrhea was doing. I proudly told him he must have me confused with another patient because my digestion was rock solid.
Cold extremities, inability to sweat even after strenuous exercise, allergies, brittle fingernails, aching joints(although my Dr. says that has nothing to do with it). Pretty much classic symptoms of hypothyroid. It seemed I couldn't get enough thyroxine in my system. Kept increasing dosage thinking I would ultimately get to the right level. I am not saying this applies to everyone and I was refusing to accept that generic was not "as good as" name brand. I am now a believer.
For about the past 2 years, I've been experiencing bruises that are dark purple and then seem to "bleach out" after a couple days or so. At about that same time, the intense itching occurs with a red bumpy raised rash that takes up the exact size/shape of the original bruise. It seems that once I start scratching it at all, the more intense the itching becomes. In February of 2007, I fell with all my weight on my left knee in a kneeling position.
A child who has contracted scabies can also develop a <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>bumpy</span> red rash. Scabies is contagious, and is usually transmitted by skin-to-skin contact or through sexual contact with someone else who is infected with it. The infection spreads more easily in crowded conditions and in situations where there is a lot of close contact — like child-care centers or nursing homes.
Rubbing a generous portion of antibotic ointment (not cream) with my fingertips over the area (don't scratch with fingernails) stops the itching. I think I've also used a generic brand of antibiotic ointment in the past and it has also worked. I am also going to try Biofreeze Gel, which was recommended by another person. I'll let you know if I get positive results.
I never thought that might actually be the truth. I pick at everything, but only with my fingernails, never with needles or tweezers or anything, but I also bite the skin on my lips, the inside of my lips and cheeks, and the skin on my fingers. I guess this will be one more thing to talk to the therapist about...
I mean, my hands don't look as attractive without nails as they would with them, but when you think about what's more important, I would rather have no fingernails, then have scabs all over my arms and legs that will most likely scar. And I live in Las Vegas, so I would love to let my arms and legs clear up so I can start wearing shorts and tank tops again. Just thought I'd let you know that you are not the only one with this problem and thought I'd share what worked for me.
I started having the same problem about 7 years ago. I live on an island so i always thought the humidity was doing it. Whenever I fly to the states it clears up all on it's own. However it has in the past gotten to the point where both of my hands have become completley involved up to my wrists. my feet have minor involvement, the area surrounding my armpits, my facial skin seems "bumpy" , the last two symptoms started to occur more recently.
Nice to see ya!! Chris, I'm doing good -- <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>bumpy</span> week in my own crazy way! Glad to relax and zone out a bit this weekend. Wonder if Jan will stop in!
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