Heat blisters on arms

Common Questions and Answers about Heat blisters on arms

heat

My 9 years old daughter has this blisters on arms and legs, her skin is dark so the blisters leave light spots on her, and she does not like to wear skirt, shorts,short sleeve. I am so sad about this, I have taken her to the dermatologist, creams nothing helps. she has had this blister for 6 months.
Heat rash looks like a red cluster of pimples or small blisters that maybe associated with itching. It is more likely to occur on the neck and upper chest, in the groin, under the breasts, and in elbow creases.Most often, heat rash goes away on its own. Severe forms of heat rash may need medical care, but the best way to relieve symptoms is to cool your skin and prevent sweating. Keep the affected area dry.Give him cotton-made outfits and use mild soap to prevent rash formation.
I have had little red bumps on my arms for over a year, the dr gave me some med for the scalp and told me to put it one every night. I did this 10 times or more and it never worked. They get better and I think It's gone, but it's back now worse than ever.
over the past couple of days i have been getting these blisters, that when they are popped this clear liquid comes out. These blisters are on the palm of my hand. They are very small and in a group. some are single and others are packed together. there only on my hands not on any other part of my body. If anyone knows of has experience this before plz a comment it would be greatly appriciated.
Hello, During the last week or so, I have developed somewhere between 9 and 12 little red bumps all over my body. I've got two on one wrist, one on the other, four on one elbow, two on the other and a few on one leg. It's a little bit difficult to tell whether or not some of them are bug bits of some sort. The ones that I can tell are not bug bites are hard, waxy bumps. For the first couple of days of having them, they did not itch at all. Now, they itch periodically and are very heat sensitive.
She has a few other tiny spots on her arms and legs, and several other small blisters on her feet. The blisters look like second-degree burns, mostly clear fluid inside, though some did contain a bloody mix. She’s presently on two antibiotics and an antiviral as a precaution. Anybody seen anything like this before? Photos of her fingers are available here. The finger is coated with ointment. http://www.hoganconsulting.com/finger1.jpg http://www.hoganconsulting.com/finger2.
I've had blisters form on my hands for about 5 years now. I have heavy sweating, especially of the armpits and hands. I've gone to the doctor, he merely looked at it and prescribed an antibiotic and said he *could* offer steroids but did not recommend it but I pushed him for it. The steroids cleared it up (oral) quickly but they are back. The last 2 outbreaks have been really bad. My hands just won't stop sweating.
Also I must add that I only get these spots on the bottoms of me feet and sides or my feet and sometimes the palms on my hands , only those two places, never on my legs or arms or torso.. If anyone can help me with figuring out what this is I sure would be grateful! I was given a steroid ointment, that doesint really do a thing, the only thing that seems to help just the itchying part, is ice cold water..
I have red bumps, on my arms, back, and legs, and chest. They itch, I have been working out latley, and sweating. Is something I should be concerned about.
Why do I get tiny itty bitty bubble blisters all over my torso, including my stomach, back, chest, breasts, also my arms and legs when I'm exposed to any heat above 70 degrees in or outside? This has been going on for over 5 yrs. And they only have clear fluid in them, no odor, and they POP when touched forcefully. Need help!!
It's just that this time my leg/thigh broke out (with my Herpes blisters) soon after the heat rash on my arms, so I was just asking if anyone else had a link to a heat rash, or if anyone thought that the heat rash was a mild break out of the Herpes. It's quite possible that it was just random, stress-related, luck that they were in conjunction.
Hi! I am also getting these heat rashes in the manner similar to the post of the gentleman above. I would like to add some more details to my situation so that you could narrow down your diagnosis. I understand that heat rashes come as small boils as the sweat pores are blocked and as the sweat tries to come out at the hair follicle. When there is no place for the sweat to come out, we get the rashes i.e., boils (the skin looks like I have chicken pox). Hope I have got this right.
I have rash on my arms, back and legs. In addition, I have big blisters on my hand. Rashes seem to be going away, however blisters and bumps aren't. I would like to know whether it's a heat rash or possibly poison oak or ivy. I'm attaching pictures of my hand. For the past week I have been taking Over-the-counter Benadryl tablets ( Diphenhydramine 25mg) 6 tablets a day, benadryl cream, and Hydrocortisone. Thank you p.s. Pictures in this link https://picasaweb.google.com/SeidoLA/SkinRash?
i got a small rash on one arm, it spreaded and then i got another one on the other arm it spreaded. now overnight its all over the back of my neck and burns. i'm 42 years old and been told that it's heat or nerves.
It started with a rash on the back of his hand. Roundish, spreading outward, cracked, scaly, tiny blisters. It went away for a couple of months, and then came back with a vengeance. Then he started getting patches on his arms, torso, one on his neck, between his fingers. .. We just don't think it's ringworm because it's not spreading to anyone else and is been months. He holds our 15 month old all the time. It's only on him. I'd be curious to know what you think.
About 3 weeks after being here, I started getting small bumps on my fingers. These bumps appear to be tiny blisters under the skin. I have popped some of them, and a clear liquid comes out. They seem to spread quickly from finger to finger which makes me wonder if it is contagious. I now have these tiny bumps on my palms and my fingers. I have a lot of them and they really itch. The skin around them seems to get soft or changes texture when wet, which also makes it itchy.
My son is 3 he has these small hard blisters in the bend of his arms. He has on small one on his neck and now seems to have a few on the back of his leg. he says they do not itch but, have now been there for several weeks. Can anyone help. I get small itchy blisters on my fingers and they itch terribly, this doesn't seem to be the same.
I have blisters on several of my toes (on both feet) and it's not from athlete's foot or poor shoes. The blisters are extremely itchy/sore and are the size of a pea. I have one on each of the first 3 toes starting with my big toe. They are mostly on top of my toe between the last knuckle and my toenail, but one is on the side/tip of one toe. They are not true blisters in that there is no fluid sack. It is simply a very swollen and red hive. It seems like really firm and inflamed tissue.
My friend came home today, complaining that he had sever small blisters on his arms. They look like small pimples, but are clearly blisters. There are about 4-6 on each arm and hand... and they are accompanied by itching. It apparently happened because he works outside, in the sun... and it has happened before. It is only on his arms/hands and not anywhere else he is sunburned (ie face, legs...etc) What could this be? Is it an allergy to the sun... ? Please help! Thanks!
I wish i could find some relief somewhere besides ice packs. I have it on both my arms and on my shoulders. I have read about Brachioradial pruritis and that seems to best explain what we all could potentially suffer from. [emedicine.medscape.com] is a website that explains it well. While i was doing some research i came across this -----> [brachioradialpruritus.
About 5 days ago I noticed I had a bunch of red dots on my chest and arms. At first they didn't seem to be bumps, but now I can feel raised bumps on my chest and stomach. They don't itch or hurt, I haven't changed any detergents or soap, and I changed my sheets recently. I also have a couple on my feet and hands, and this morning I woke up to a slight "tingling" sensation if I rub my hands together or put pressure on my feet.
itching is between fingers, forming water blisters. Also creases in arms and legs, arm pits, behind knees, stomach, back;pretty much everywhere except head and face itch with a virtually invisible until being scratched so much they scab. My aunt does not drink or do drugs, so it has nothing to do with drug use or withdrawl. Doctor's have done bloodwork, biopsy, prescribed all sorts of anti-itch pills and creams, none of which seem to offer much relief.
I've got some kind of vesicular/eczema kind of rash on my hands off and on (more on) for the last two years. It started on my left hand, and now is on my right hand too, mainly index/middle fingers. No where else. I am right handed, so a contact allergy seems unlikely (or it would have started on my right hand?) Location is at the knuckles, and where my fingers bend, but at the moment all along my right index finger on the side closest to the thumb too.
hi i was wondering if you could help me ive come up in a rash all over my body i think its p[rickly heat as i came up after id been in the heat and its starting to really irritate me its all over my hands feet arms legs everywhere thnere like small blisters but pus has started coming out of them its really uncomfortable ive been taking antihistamiens and been putting eurax cream on me to try and stop the itching its been here for a bout one week and havnt been in the sun since the day it appeard
However, this may also be a blister and there are several causes of blisters. 'Blisters are usually caused by injury to the skin from heat or from friction, which create a tear between the epidermis—the upper layer of the skin—and the layers beneath. Short periods of intense rubbing can cause a blister, but any rubbing of the skin at all can cause a blister if it is continued for long enough.
I was not in direct sunlight and by the time I was back on the road with the windows back up and the A/C back on the water blisters were already forming on my upper arms, belly, chest and backside. I am 40 years old. This has only begun happening in recent years but has become increasingly worse in the past 2 years. I do not spend any time lying or sitting in the sun because of this. I do not even have to be in sun for this to happen. Just getting too hot can cause it.
A few days later the dots had morphed into spots and started to spread. (Looks EXACTLY like a heat rash now) The rash started to spread to my back, upper and lower arms, upper and lower legs, foot soles and my bottom. I do not have the rash on my hands/palms, armpits, neck, throat, shoulders or face. The rash is flat, no bumps it is completely under the skin it does NOT itch and it is not painful.. I am not sick at all.
I didn't want my arms to peel and put aloe/cream on them so they didn't. I've gotten sunburns in the past that have gone away and I tan just fine, however this time when the sunburn went away, I ended up with white blotchy spots on my forearms that did not tan again. Now, whenever I'm out in the heat or sun (even w/ sunscreen) this skin raises into low red bumps that feel like they have fluid underneath and are tender, not to mention unsightly.
Greetings, My partner has recently experienced an outbreak of a rash on the inside of her arms, on her neck just behind her jaw,both buttocks and along her spine. She is 13 weeks pregnant (I understand that rashes during pregnancy are common). The rash can be described as a series of a bunch of tiny white bumps (about the size of a pin prick) that remain colorless until irritated.
MedHelp Health Answers