Small bumps on arms hands

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They started off only on my hands but either spread up my arms or the ones that were on my arms didnt itch until now. The bumps have no color to them and are very small. They dont hurt, they just itch a LOT. I have no idea what it is. help?
i have red small bumps on the insides of my arms and on top of my hands and i work in a bottle depot and wearing latex gloves that go half way up my arms, but the bumps go all the way to my elbows. im wondering what it could be? what could i do about it?
I keep getting these small red bumps on my hands and wrist that itch really bad but end up going away at night. Then they come back itching even more. It has been over a week now having it. What could it be?
I have small bumps on my neck and hands the more i scratch the more they spread, i was wondering if HIV patients have these symptoms. Also before these small bumps on my neck and hand the inside lip of my vagina not sure of name labia? Inside part of it itch also, when i scratch it turns red and itch even more, my boyfirned and i dont use condoms so i was wondering what kind of infections give these symptoms?
Once in a while during more stressful periods we would get a condition where our hands would itch like crazy and small red bumps would appear on our palms. The condition would worsen if we exposed our hands to hot water. Also, after a day or two, the skin on our hands would feel like onion skin. I was in college the first time I got the condition.
and no one has a clue on this situation. Hands get so sore that it is very hard to take a shower, wash my hands as well as to do my daily routine. It will clear up for about 2 to 3 days and then there I go again with the outbreak. It usually take about 2 to 3 weeks for it to run its course. This condition comes about usually while I sleep and when I wake up is when they are swollen and full of blisters. It is driving me crazy.
It started like 4 months ago with just little bumps on the tops of my hands. I noticed it showing up in weird patterns, such as one bump on the top part of my finger, but only one on each finger in the same spot on each finger and then there was a cluster of like 3 that formed a strait line across to top of my hand, but most of them would just show up in random spots as individual bumps or at a max of 5 in a cluster. There is no pattern to any of it though.
About six months ago, I start to get a cluster of small red bumps on my upper and lower arms first, and then the bumps showed up on my hands. They have only shown up twice on my foot and face. The bumps start out as red marks and then turn into small raised bumps. They last for about three to four weeks. The bumps appear in straight lines on my arms, are one or two next to each other, and a cluster on my hands. They hurt only after they become a raised bump.
I occasionally get a bit of excema on the backs of both hands. Recently I have been getting small red pimple like bumps, most having a white head but not all seem to. These small little blisters are not unusual when excema is present, but there are a lot more than there ever has been previously. Usually hydrocortisone clears everything up within a day or two, but not this time. I also notice these bumps are beginning to 'spread' up my arms, stopping at the elbow.
Always in pain from it. And my hands have these small clear looking blisters, very small and VERY itchy. If I poke them with a needle clear liquid, like water, comes out. But then they just come back and hurt worse. Its like having a thousand mosquito bites all over my body, and theres nothing that I can do about it.
I've had one on the back of my neck, right in the middle of my stomach, but more often than not, they appear on the outside of my arms, though never on my hands, never on the inside of my arms, never on my legs, face, or back. Just the front of my upper torso and arms.. I didn't think dry skin showed up in such a specific way, and I thought it would be associated with a rash, which I never get. They appear and then disappear, typically in a week to a week in a half.
Dear Doc, so la+ely ive been noticing small bumps appearing in clusters on my upper body i.e my arms, back,and hands. they do itch. ive also noticed my daughter breaking out but not as severly as mine. help?
I have two small bumps that feel like they are under the skin on my left shoulder. They could be bites but they are not itchy. Any ideas?
They look like small little dry pimples with some looking like they are dry. They are only on my arms and now spreading towards my wrist. What can it be? A relative said that it could be scabies, I don't know.
10 months ago we moved into our newish house, and shortly after, I broke out in these bumps on my hands that seemed to spread to my sides, stomach, and inside of my arms. They eventually went away, and the doctor gave me clotrimazole and betamethasone cream to put on it if it came back. 6 months later, I break out on my hands AGAIN. This time, it's isolated only to my hands. I've been dealing with this off and on now for 8 weeks. It'll come for a week or two, then go away.
I also have experienced these small itchy blisters on my hands. It seems to start with a single blister and then spread. I also was worried about it being contagious. I have been diagnosed with Poison Ivy, eczema, contact dermatitis and numberous other conditions...none of which are applicable. I finally tried a product called skin zinc and low and behold it helped. It contains salytic acid as mentioned by someone else above. Hope this helps. I just got it at the local pharmacy....
My husband has a small white bumps on his arms and it makes him itch very bad, it even wakes him up in the middle of the night. We tried washing his arm and tried using the calamine lotion and it still doesnt help, does anyone know what this might be like.
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.
Small bumps begin to form on your hands or the bottom of your feet. Intense itching that can almost be unbearable. Cracks and grooves (fissures) form on your hands, feet or toes. The small bumps form into blisters and can become very painful. The cause is not known. Treatment too is spotty at best. Corticosteroid creams and ointments. These must be prescribed by your doctor. They are given to help speed the disappearance and improve the appearance of the blisters.
I have almost unbearable itching on my arms. There are raised bumps, but they are not terribly noticeable until I have scratched them into bleeding and scabbing. I've used Banadryl cream to no avail. I have had some sun exposure (sunny Texas)but the rash preceded that. I have had it for several months. I have few allergies - Texas Mountain Cedar, cat dander, molds, but they typically present as respiratory or sinus complications, not dermatological.
My 12 month old son has a cluster of small bumps on the outside of his thumbs, a few on his forefinger and another cluster in the middle of one wrist joint. They've been around about a week. And now I've noticed a few on one of his arms, but they are much more spread out and not as noticeable. They are slightly discolored but unless you're starting at his hands you don't notice them. Any idea what they could be? They aren't on the palms, nothing on his face or feet (so not HFM).
when i try to squish nothing comes out just clear but they always go away after a while. i seem to get them more on my legs than anywhere else but i do get them on my arms, and shoulders. sometimes my tummy. you can speak to your family maybe its just something small that runs in the family... my mum gets tiny red dots on her legs too just like mine. could be just small ingrown hairs. you did mention that you have very sensitive skin. experiment with different types of body soap. wash soap.
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