Itchy palms causes

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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.
For quite some time I have been having itchy palms and soles. Let me tell u I have psoriasis for last 13 yrs. Presently I am on tigason(spellings?). Present itching seems to be different from psoriasis related itching. It is come and go phenomenon. It occurs on other parts of the body also but palms and soles are worse affected. On other parts of the body including shoulders. arm pits, tummy sides and thighs also get rashes.
I have recently developed little itchy bumps only on the palms of both hands and the bottom of both feet in the arch area. I can see them under the skin and when I scratch them they pop open and have water inside. If I scratch an area more will surface. I've never had this before. Can it be an allergy to something? Stress? My Dr. gave me a steroid cream to use at night with gloves and it's not working.
Hi everyone, I've been reading the forum threads - very helpful - but no one has noted my exact problem, which is itchy bumps on the palms of my hands. Not red, or white, they seem to come from within. My Dr. said they are probably not bites, as insects do not break the skin of the palms (too thick), and thinks it might be an allergy (to WHAT???). He gave me some corticosteroid cream (this one has Fluocinonide), but it hasn't helped much yet (have used it for a little over a day).
Hello, Itchy palms with out any rash can be due to contact dermatitis, fungal infections, excessive sweating or eczema. Take some Benadryl or Claritin for the itching and apply some calamine lotion on the rash. Also wear cotton-lined gloves when doing housework such as dishes and laundry and use a good moisturizing cream to nourish the hands and feet at night. If the symptoms persist then topical steroids may be needed and systemic diseases which can cause itchy palms need to be ruled out.
The rash is itchy little red dots and when i clench my hands into fists it causes a tingling sensation on the palms. I have tried using both creams I have for my eczema on it (hydrocortisone and betamethasone) but neither are giving me any relief. I have also tried taking aerius allergy meds for a few days as my doctor recommended when my eczema is really bad. Is there anything else that will give me relief? Should I go back to my doctor?
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?
The skin wasnt peeling but had the look of extreme dryness (as the patches looked wrinkled). Now the condition has spread to cover underneath her entire feet and on the palms of both hands? She doesnt seem to be itchy or distubed by them. I have tried numerous dermatologist recommended moisturisers with no results. could this be a reaction to foods?
Hello, The symptoms are suggestive of dyshidrotic eczema. Eczema is a form of chronic dermatitis (rash).Allergic reaction is one of the important causes of eczema. 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. For mild-moderate eczema a weak steroid may be used (e.
As much as I can tell without seeing your rash, it sounds like what is called dyshidrotic eczema. This is an itchy eruption of small blisters which affect the palms and sometimes the soles. Like most forms of eczema, its cause is unknown, but allergy is not usually present, and patch testing is therefore rarely helpful. I don't know what your doctor has recommended, but potent steroid ointments usually help a lot, especially if applied under plastic wrapping or even injected.
It all started a few months ago with itchy palms, and hardening of the skin of my palms. Now, my fingers itch, especially between the thumb and the index finger, There are no blisters or pus, but there is cracked and white and yellowish scaly skin on my fingers.I am on synthroid for hypothyroid, and I've had mild psoriasi on my elbows before. The itching subsides usually when I use heavy moisturizers, however the minute my palms get drier, the itching starts again.
I'm 19 and I get these red rings on the palms of my hands and the soles of my feet that itch really bad a times. But when I itch them, they sting even though I have no nails. If I pull my skin tight, the red outline goes away and a white one becomes visible. The circles aren't perfectly round for the most part, and I started getting these (or at least noticing them) after I started taking birth control. The rings can be slightly raised sometimes, but other times they aren't.
I know you asked this question a while ago but it could have been dermatitis. I have contact dermatitis from paper and it causes red itchy bumps on the palms of my hands. I also lose my fingerprints and get itchy bumps on the tips and sides of my fingers. I use an emollient cream at night and throughout the day to protect my hands. Myabe this info is better late than never.
But no luck... I'm still itchy! None of my other roommates are having problems including my boyfriend who I sleep with every night. In the past few days it almost seems like its started to spread. I now have little bumps on my elbows, upper legs, and the palms of my hands. If any one can help me! I would be more then happy, cause I can't get in to talk to a doctor for a few weeks!
Hello, The small itchy bumps on your fingers can be due to contact dermatitis or dyshidrotic eczema. For the itchy bumps, take antihistaminics like Benadryl(causes drowsiness) and Claritin and apply some calamine lotion on the rashes as it helps in soothing the skin.You can also apply mild steroid cream on the rash.If the symptoms persists then oral steroids may be needed which are available on prescription. Also keep the area well moisturized with good moisturiers.
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...but ive been having issues with the water retention for quite sometime and this itchiness just appeared out of nowhere...
OK, I'm 36, and I've had the same itchy leg problem since I was in elementary school. It only comes up when I walk or jog in COOL weather, not in the heat of Summer. It happened again this morning and I hate it! It can definitely drive someone completely insane! I'm not sold on the 'rise in body temperature' theory b/c I'm able to exercise when it's hot - and we also have a hot tub that has never given me a problem... I'm so tired of not knowing why!
all itchy arm sufferers....please look into brachioradial pruritus. My arms, and only my arms, have itched for 10 years. no rashes, no psiorias, excema etc. The creams, allergery pills..my list is extensive as to what I have tried but nothing worked. ---------------The only thing that helps are ice packs.
a few posts up one speaks of itchy palms. Wonder if its related ?! If anybody has an ideas, please help our member. Perhaps paprika, or any of the other spices may be doing this to you ???
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.
w/ clear fluid...extremely itchy but no pain....on both forearms (mostly left).....Mine's recently re-surfaced after 2 years dormid...I though it was in relation to herpes..but my gynecology doc said she doesn't think so ...no formal tests though...The prob is that once I get a ermatology referral/ appt. ...the bumps or at least the clear fluid is gone. Initially the bumps would flare up ever 3-6 weeks...I though they were gone since it had been 2 years....until today.....
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