Itchy palms blisters

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You must get an allergy test done, either a skin test or RAST, to know what you are allergic to. Well, itchy palms with tiny white blisters could be eczema or it could be viral in origin—as a part of hand foot and mouth disease. It can also be pompholyx characterized by a sudden onset of many deep-seated pruritic, clear vesicles which itch and then peel off. As a result the skin may also fissure.
The first sign is one or more superficial air-filled blisters on the fingers or palms. The symptoms are aggravated by exposure to irritants including water, soap, detergents and solvents. Eventually normal skin forms, but frequently the condition recurs within a few weeks. Emollient hand creams especially those containing urea, lactic acid, or silicone may help, also apply Calamime lotion on the area to soothe the skin.
I'm feeling overwhelmed and I have lost faith in my doctors. Does anyone else have these other symtoms as well as the itchy palms? Very Upset.
I have been getting what I think is water blisters on my palms and fingers and they are extremely sore and itchy. My skin on my palms is blotchy ( pink, and white) also and the ony way I can supress the pain is to rub them together or scratch them. When I touch something my finger tips feel rough, I can still have feeling in all my finger tips however they just dont seem right. Do you have any idea why this is and What I can do to treat this??
If the blisters are itchy and dry and fissure then pompholyx is an important possibility. My sincere advice would be to get it evaluated from a dermatologist. 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. Take care and please do keep me posted on how you are doing.
i have tiny blisters on the palms of my feet, thought i had atheletes foot, but then it started on the palms of my hands, slightly itchy, they dry up and turn a light brown tiny spot. I never walk bare foot, i have tile in my home, i change the sponge i wash dishes with every two weeks. Bought atheletes foot spray, helps stop the itch, should it be something to concerned about? This discussion is related to <a href='http://www.medhelp.
I have itchy blisters on the palms of my hands. Some of them are puss filled. I had this for about a week now, and ive put calamine lotion, aloevera, lotion, benadryl lotion, benadryl allergy and none of those have worked. I searched the internet to try and find out what this is, but i couldnt find anything. I was hoping you could tell me what it is and how i can treat it.
This may be a bacterial infection or a viral infection. Impetigo is contagious and may form blisters over the skin. The blisters may present as clear vesicles that contain clear fluid. However, these vesicles may pop and form yellowish crusts and blisters. HSV type 1 infections also may present as clear vesicles on reddish bumps on the skin. It is best to have this assessed early on as we are considering infectious skin conditions as differentials here.
Dr., I have been getting small red bumps and or blisters on my palms, fingers and sides of hands for several years (7-8). The red bumps appear larger than the small blisters. The blisters are only about the size of a pen tip, and the red bumps are slightly larger. the bumps do not hurt, but the blisters do only when direct pressure is applied to them.They appear on both hands/fingers in random areas and pop up without warning.They can appear single or in multiples.
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. I suggest you to get it evaluated from a dermatologist to confirm the diagnosis.
my daughter is 3 yrs old and she cant sleep threw the night due to this rash on the palms of her hands, she is awaken from her sleep crying because of the itchy and burning..the only thing ive noticed is redness and no water blisters.. my doctor has prescribed cortazone cream and it is not helping! what can i do to relieve her from this constant pain.
After yard work several weeks ago and had blisters on my palm. Now the blisters have become peeling spots twice the size of the original blisters and are raw and itchy. They are peeling around the edges and getting larger every day. Is this from the tegretol or someting else?
i got itchy spots on the palms of my hands, I thought it was spider bite but then i noticed red spots on my ankles and up the back of my legs. it is getting really annoying so can someone please help me out!!!
I'm now 34, but when I turned 19 I became a vegetarian, and during that time I developed small itchy blisters between the fingers on my right hand. The blisters would eventually pop and there was a clear, sticky fluid that came out. Prior to going vegetarian I had no skin problems at all. When I turned vegetarian - aside from cutting out meat - I made a number of changes to my diet.
My husbands palms of his hands have like small blisters in the palm of his hands that itch all the time. He gets releif if he puts them in very hot water but then they itch again after they dry. He has tried some Rx creams that his PCP has given him but have not helped at all. What do you think this could be?
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. Apply some calamine lotion on the affected area and keep the area well moisturized.
I have tiny blisters that pop all over the bottoms of my feet and the palms of my hands. I went to my docter and he said it was Ezema so he gave me some cream and all it did was make my hands and feet bright red and feel and look like raw hamburger. So i dont think its Ezema. What else could it be? It just wont go away! And i dont think its catchy because i have two childeren and four adults that live in my house and no one has it but me.
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. But some triggers like allergic reaction to soaps, detergents, foods, latex, nickel etc may trigger the symptoms. Apply some calamine lotion on the affected area and keep the area well moisturized.
However, now I still have these bumps turning to blisters on my arms legs and back but what's worse is I have a ton of blisters now on my palms and fingers. It looks alot like dyshidrotic eczema. The creams and Chinese medicine don't seem to be working or not working fast enough? It all started in the spring and is continuing. Any ideas of how to treat and what it might be? The only places where I have absolutely no symptoms is my genital area and face and neck.
Now it has spread to my elbows, legs, ankles, back, tops and bottoms of feet, in between my toes, elbows, palms and arms. It's extremely itchy and if you pop the water blister it just seems to come back and spread a little more. Once the rash is "done" in that area the scab thick and shiny. I'm also not sure who had it first but my boyfriend, whom i live with, has been experiencing the same mystery water blister.
Hi, this seems to be a type of eczema called Dyshidrosi, also termed Dyshidrotic Eczema, Pompholyx and Dyshidrotic Dermatitis, a skin condition that is characterized by small blisters on the hands or feet. It is an acute, chronic, or recurrent dermatosis of the fingers, palms, and soles, characterized by a sudden onset of many deep-seated pruritic, clear vesicles; later, scaling, fissures and lichenification occur. Recurrence is common and for many can be chronic.
i was reading about the STD syphilius, and that spots on the palms of the hands or the palms of the feet were a symptom of its second stage. Try reading about it and see if it applies to you. Hope that helped.
There is formation of itchy blisters on the fingers, toes, web spaces, genitals and pubic area. Itching is worse at night. It is contagious and spread through skin to skin contact or sharing objects of personal use like towels, hairbrush etc.Maintain personal hygiene. Avoid sharing of objects and wash your clothes in hot water. Wear clean clothes. Application of benzyl benzoate lotion or Permethrin may help. Other possibilities are dyshidrotic eczema.
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