Itchy bumps on hands and feet

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Hi, I have been having extreme itchiness on my hands and feet that comes and goes. I feel like I could go out of my mind once it starts. They become red and it sometimes looks like tiny bumps under the skin. This will stop and start for no apparent reason. Could this be my nerves causing this or something more...??? Thanks!!
It itches only on the tops and between my toes and fingers...ive read about the soles of your feet and the palms of your hands becoming splotchy red and itchy while pregnant but mine are strictly the tops. I dont have a rash of hives or anything...the only bumps and cuts on them are from me scratching so much. I initially thought it must be from my feet and hands swelling due to all my water retention...
I have developed a new problem at I wondered if anyone else has.... I have been getting itchy bumps on my feet. They are similar to blisters but some seem to come to the surface of the skin while some remain below the surface. THEY ITCH LIKE CRAZY! Sometimes I can't sleep due to the itching. Sometimes my palms also itch but they do not blister they just turn bright red. Does anyone have this problem? Maybe it is not connected with MS. Just wondering if I am the only one with this problem.
About a week after that I developed itchy bumps between my pinky toe and the one next to it. Now the bumps are on my hands, and JUST moved to my eyes over night. WTF is it?
After the same, I am having itching on my skin on hands and legs. There were mosquito bite like bumps on my hand (almost 5 of them), which itched new and later on healed and showed up like an insect bite heal. I am sure there are no mosquites here. Also on my leg on ankle and the portion till we have the socks on, I feel itching, there are smalled bumps that come up there also, but they dont remain for long. These are frequent at night. Are they ARS symptoms by any chance? I am so worried.
it started out just on one hand and only on one finger and then usually goes away by noonish. now they are on both hands and even on my wrists. they are not like blisters and they dont pop. it seems to be getting worse everyday. ive never had any allergies that i know of and am not on any medications.
Psoriasis, in addition to a rash on the skin, often displays changes on the fingernails or toenails of the affected hands and/or feet and is associated with sharp, round borders, while irritant or allergic dermatitis may have less-defined borders or involve only the skin of the hands or feet. Allergic contact dermatitis will sometimes clearly follow the pattern of recently acquired shoes or sandals.
i have the same problem, it ***** i have the bumps everywhere on my hands and some on my feet. and the itching is constant. my boyfriend of a year has a similar condition only his have scabbed but he also gets the itchys. i hate them ive been to the doctor 2 times first they told me it was contast dermatitis and the steriods and cream didnt help. the second time the doctors didnt know they gave me cream and told me if it stays i should go to the dermatoligist.
If I do any physical activity my hands and feet will turn very red and be very hot and I can feel the heat radiating off my hands and feet. If I am outside and the weather is hot and I am wearing flipflops my feet will get beat red and so will my hands. I dont feel any pain but it is uncomfortable because i can feel something happening in my feet and even my legs. If i take a hot shower my feet and legs become beat red and my legs get blue even and I dont know why.
Instead, a huge amount of bubbles of clear liquid appear underneath the skin of fingers, palms of the hand, and soles of feet. They are sometimes itchy and painful. The liquid eventually drains from the blisters back into the body, and the skin flakes off leaving a tender area of clear skin painful to touch. The cause of dishydrosis is hard to pinpoint. Other not so common causes are chickenpox, herpes simplex or impetigo. It could be due to allergy. So you could take an anti-histamine for it.
Pompholyx primarily involves the hands and fingers and then may involve the feet. The first stage is acute and presents as itchy blisters on the hands, fingers and toes. Then the chronic stage shows more peeling, cracking, or crusting. Then the skin heals up, or the blistering may start again. The exact cause is not known and excessive sweating can be one of the reasons. You should consult a dermatologist to get an examination done to confirm the diagnosis.
I'm a 28 yo white male and for the first time in my life I'm getting small sesame seed looking bumps on the palm of my hands and the bottom of my feet. These bumps appear more on my left hand and foot than my right hand and foot. These bumps have appeared as far down as my wrist and they do tend to be itchy and are slightly irritating. The center of the bump is white and there is a reddish ring around it.
The largest concentration of these bumps are on my elbows and the back of my hands (though I do have a few on my palms). The bumps are itchy, red and round and range from hardly noticable to about the size of a lady bug. On my elbow the bumps have kinda meshed togther and now appear as one large non-circular flat red bump. This is the second time these bumps have appeared. Last November I noticed a bubbling blister on the top of my left ear and went to the doctor.
They're erupting all over my hands and both my hands and feet are tingling like mad so I'm expecting to see several blister-bumps on my feet in the morning. If I put a tourniquet on my arm and squeeze a ball you may see several bumps all over the pads of my fingers as if there are several sub-cu blisters.
In particular, perniosis could be the cause and it can be due to poor circulation and an allergic response to the cold. They are often painful and extremely itchy and may appear on your toes and fingers or your palms. It is usually aggravated by little personal physical exercise, lack of adequate sleep , imbalanced diet, or exposure to sudden cold. If this is not the case, and the corticosteroid cream does not help, it would be best to see your doctor for further evaluation and management.
in the last week i got bumps on my hands and they started itching. and then i got the same bumps on my feet and they itch too. i cant help but itching it. I have no idea what this thing might be and i dont know how i got it. Do you have any ideas?
Hiya I too have had a similar thing for a few weeks, this started out of the blue, (I had been in the garden that weekend! ) and ended up with these horrible itchy bumps on the palms of my hands, fingers and feet. I tried all sorts, antihistamines, hydrocortisone, steroid cream from the doc etc etc Sudocream helps with itch, but what has actually started to clear it up within 48 hours I have to say is BioOil.
Now I have four on my left, and three on my right, and now one on my right hand directly at the base of my thumb. All are equally painful and itchy and are driving my crazy!!! I've put some sudocream on them and they seemed to cool down for a short while before itching again. I've had chicken pox, and have never experienced this before. I'm actually pretty freaked out.
//i2.photobucket.com/albums/y4/Lilangelwings/stuff/IMG_1880.jpg this is what the itchy bumps on my hands look like. these bumps are mainly on my right hand but now are moving to my left hand. I have them on my feet near my toes also. Background: My ex started to get itchy bumps on the lower half of her body around the beginning of december. she itched them and they spread to her back, arms, etc... i would rub anti itch on places she couldnt reach. we still had sex this whole time also.
i have these bumps on my two fingers they are itchy and have a clear liquid discarge i use a steriod cream they still come back,a doc said it was ecsema i tried everything i was hopeing someone can help me out with a solution??
The rash is splotchy on knuckles and between fingers. However, on tops of hands it appears as small scattered bug bites. The feet develop larger "bites" on the top of foot after scratching. Lasts 10 to 20 mins. Also, skin colored bumps exist on inside of left wrist. Please help me.
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