Itchy palms soles

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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.
itchy palms and soles This discussion is related to <a href='http://www.medhelp.org/posts/show/239794'>Severe itching on palms and soles</a>.
Do itchy palms and soles of the feet have any significance in pregnancy? I only bothers me over night and drives me nuts! I'm scratching and can't sleep!
Thanks ladies I will call my ob Monday to try to get it figured out it's so uncomfortable
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Hi, ‘Focal palmar peeling’ is a common skin condition in which there is focal peeling of the palms and less often the soles. It is more common during the summer months, and most often affects young adults. 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.
Although I did not have a change in bowel habits after the gallbladder removal, it is a really good idea to check. The itchy palms/soles incident only happened once so it could be attributed to a temporary food allergy but I will check any way. Much indebted for your kind concern and valuable input!
My 2 year old daughter has severely itchy palms of her hands and soles of her feet, to the point her hands are swollen and bright red and the bottoms of her feet are bright red, her hands and feet also get very hot to the touch. During the day it doesn’t bother her as much but at night she can hardly sleep. This has been going on for 3 weeks and her Pediatrician and Dermatologist are not sure what her diagnosis is.
I woke up this past Tuesday morning and the palms of my hands and the soles of my feet were red. My hands were swollen and warm but they weren't itchy. I tried treating it as an allergic reaction but there was no reason for it. After 3 days, it was still the same, so I went to the ER. They didn't take any blood tests and decided to treat it as an allergic reaction also. I had steroids, Claritin, and Benadryl at the hospital and they gave me a script for steroids.
My 79 yr old mother has been suffering for several months with severe itching, burning, redness and mild swelling of her palms and soles. A dermo has been treating her for erythromelalgia. Noted on one visit - mild warmth. He says the presentation is somewhat atypical. She is up during the night when it appears to be worse using ice to cool and stop itching.
My daughter (14y) has intermittent raised white partially round lesions (sometimes small straight lines or dots) under the skin on her palms and soles. When they show, they itch so badly that they hurt. If she scratches them, they get extremely raised and white. They go away and more return. No scaly patches. No red rings. It is not tinea (ringworm). No contact derm issues. No other physiologic symptoms. Help!
Burning skin... (I've had itchy burning hands and soles of my feet) First, I'd spend the money on CeraVe' Soap, it's at the drug store, for your hands and the shower... Also, a 24 hour antihistamine, Allegra is the best then Zyrtec then Clariton, take any of the 3 that you can tolerate. Also, stay out of the heat, bright light bulbs, cover your self with a light shirt and pants.... a hat but you do not need to get heated like sweating....
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).
for the last six month iam feeling severe burning in my both hands This discussion is related to <a href='http://www.medhelp.org/posts/show/241168'>burning and itching on palms and soles</a>.
Palmoplantar psoriasis, ringworm infections, cholestatic jaundice all can cause itchy palms and soles. You may apply calamine lotion locally for relief in symptoms. Consult a dermatologist for confirming the cause. I sincerely hope it helps. Best wishes!
What you hae sounds like dyshidrotic eczema, a common and nonserious ailment of the palms and sometimes the soles. Cause is unknown, but stress can make it worse, and dirt and bacteria play no role. I would use over-the-counter Sarna lotion as needed for itch until you see the dermatologist. Meantime, don't bother changing anything, and don't worry. Best. Dr.
They are not itchy. I think I may also be developing some on the soles of my feet. Last week I also noticed a small pimple like lump on the edge of my vagina which has now disappeared. Could I have syphilis? I have been in a monogomous relationship for the past 7 years. Is it likely than I have had it all this time? Are there any other STD's that it might be?
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?
Contact dermatitis can occur due to contact with any soap, chemical, cosmetic, cloth or to any allergen to which a person is allergic. Dyshidrotic eczema typically involves the palms or soles and presents as itchy blisters. 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.
Hello, I cannot confirm without examination but it can be athlete’s foot or pompholyx. It presents as itchy blisters on the palms and soles of feet. I suggest you to consult a dermatologist and get the diagnosis confirmed. Topical antihistaminics, calamine lotion and topical and oral steroids is the treatment of pompholyx. I suggest you to get the diagnosis confirmed from a dermatologist. I hope it helps. Take care and regards.
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