White skin on toes

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I have white patches on 2 of my toes. It doesn't hurt or itch, so I'm guessing it's not athlete's foot and it hasn't spread anywhere else. It looks like I have large blisters on my toes. I've had this for quite sometime (2+ years), any idea what this might be?
my father always gets this white spot between his toes and we always help him clean it but it always comes back, he is a diabetic and i am concern if its a big issue or just a normal thing. i hope its not a skin cancer as i only found this category that is related to skin issues. your help is really appreciated.
my father always gets this white spot between his toes and we always help him clean it but it always comes back, he is a diabetic and i am concern if its a big issue or just a normal thing. i hope its not a skin cancer as i only found this category that is related to skin issues. It looks like mold and when we clean it, it stay white and it hurts him when he walks for a long distances.
One such example is a condition known as tinea versicolor, a superficial yeast infection that produces white spots on the skin that are difficult to remove. Some of the perceived causes are emotional stress, hereditary factors, worms, sunburns and physical illness. This skin condition can be aggravated due to diseases like hyperthyroidism, diabetes mellitus, pernicious anemia and Addison's disease. Calamine lotion should also help to some extent with the burning sensation.
They have a white coloration inside with red irritated skin around them. If they're on my arch or hand they have a white ring with red skin inside and outside. They are small, never getting larger than a centimeter at most, this is usually on the toes when several kind of mesh together. Otherwise they're no bigger than the head of a sharpie marker. They will pop up for about a week or two, then disappear, only to come back a month or two later.
I have dry skin on the top of both my big toes on the knuckles, sometimes it appears brown or orange even when I get out of the shower (i have very light skin). I've had this for several months, maybe even a year or so. Anybody have any idea what this could be? Thanks in advance. 25 yr old, white maIe, 5'11'', 165lbs, currently do not take any medications, recent appendicitis.
It is a common name given to a fungus infection of the skin that predominately occurs in between toes but can occur anywhere on the foot. The skin involved may be red, swollen and may contain sticky fluid. Patients may also experience a scaly dry rash on the bottom and sides of feet. Cracks or "fissures" can occur between the toes, sometimes with a accompanied soft white scale. Fungi thrive on moist, warm environments.
the skin on the bottom of my feet turns white when wet. its only the skin on my heel, ball, instep and beneath my toes that does this. i use a pumice stone and moisturize, but no doctor has been able to help. i have not idea what this could be, the doctor says the skin is healthy and that there is a good blood flow. i really want this to go away, its so embarrassing.
) I did this for 2 months solid and there was little change - except for great pain, and the area becoming white, calloused and inflamed. The skin never seemed to peel off with the pumice stone. It just became very white, hard, and callous-like over the warts. I've seen the dermatologist twice so far, and he told me to stay with the plan - even though I'm reluctant. I have stopped for the past 2 weeks and this is what it looks like. PLEASE HELP!!!
I have white patches on my feet near my toes with white dots in them and underneath are red, Ialso get them on my heels. Could you please tell me what this is?
sometimes they will go white. the skin on the toes is also very dry.
In the past few months I have noticed that on the top of my toes and top of the feet have developed darken patches of skin. I do not have a fungal infection under my feet, but I do have two toenails that are thick and yellowed. The darkened patches have no unusual texture nor do the cause any pain or itch and have no odor. I have no unusual foot pain. I have not bought any new foot wear. I wear white socks, and wash my feet well daily.
One such example is a condition known as tinea versicolor, a superficial yeast infection that produces white spots on the skin that are difficult to remove. You should talk to your doctor and rule out the above causes. Let us know if you need any other information. Regards.
And today, I had counted 18 lumps on my fingers and about 7 on my toes. The one on my thumb is already more swollen and apparently is the biggest of all the lumps. I don't know what they are and they are really painful. They're not itchy. It's like they develop pus and just swell. Can someone tell me what they are and what are the possible treatments? thanks.
I am 23 years old, and for the past 5-6 years the skin on my fingertips and toes have peeled when ever summer changes to winter, and vice versa (I live in Texas, so we pretty much don't have a spring or fall). My skin peels anywhere from 2-6 weeks, and after about two weeks my fingertips start to become very sensitive. I have been do the doctor and he couldn't tell me much other than it was a kinda/sorta allergy, and he prescribed me a 10% Lactic Acid lotion.
yesterday I tried to mow the lawn wit h a hover mower,but halfway through it I had a lot of pain it my toes on both feet and they tried to curl up.The thing is I also have arthritis and fibromygia,is this part of them or to do with with the new symptoms I described on my first post.eg tingling all over body. thanks in advance. tmj.
Usually the bumps appear in clusters, itch, dry up, peel off and leave brown spots. Sometimes the bumps appear between my toes and between my small toes the skin is white and moist. I have tried Lanacane and other exfoliating creams to no avail. I have contemplated going to a doctor, but am quite embarrassed.
And the place where they get swollen and I even feel like it pulses. They began to get out more on the feet, on the toes and ankle and became small and sit whole colonies and liquid flows just non-stop, a lot of the liquid. Swollen fingers and just felt throbbing. I once treated by a dermatologist and infectious diseases. At first I was diagnosed - burn as hogweed I was in the country when he came out the first bubble. Appointed a treatment that does not help me.
I am getting white spots under my skin that itch. I can pick them out with my fingernail. They are hard, don't crawl or move after I get them out from under my skin. They also are on my feet and toes. Is anyone else familiar with these symptoms?
I am scared what is that white area spot. I havent seen any doctor yet. Am i getting slowly white spot skin as i grow older? Is ther? Is there any cure of it?
I had a fungus on both my big toes for the last six months. Trying to treat it with tea tree oil, but doesn't seem to be doing much . . . not getting worse, but not getting better either. Now in the last week I am getting a redness on top of my feet, toes and ankles. Have no idea what is causing it. I tried soaking them in white vinegar and warm water last night and it seemed to help a little on the fungus, but didn't seem to do much for the redness . . .
The bumps are numerous and densely packed. Upon further examination we have noticed clusters on his toes and elbows. These bumps are also present in less density on his arms up to his elbows and legs below the knees. Our doctor is puzzled and told us to monitor the spread of these tiny bumps. These bumps are skin colored when the skin is taught but appear more white when the skin folded and made more loose.
I have noticed my feet feeling itchy and am starting to develop a rash that looks like tiny red/white bumps on both feet, mostly on the top of my feet up near my toes (but not between them), and also around my ankles. I have also noticed one of these same small red bumps developing on my forearm. I have had athletes foot in the past and I am certain that this is not the same thing. I am also fairly certain that it isn't poison ivy/oak/sumac.
My dermatologist told me it could be cold urticaria (hives), but i saw some pictures of people who have on their fingers and what happens to me doesn´t looke anything like it. Then i read about Raynaud's syndrome. Found it a bit more similar. Though my fingers only turn red, not white, blue and red. Could someone tell me why this is happening to me?
Peeling skin in finger and toes, water exposure makes it worse http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Dermatology/Peeling-skin-in-finger-and-toes--water-exposure-makes-it-worse/show/244485 I have the *EXACT* condition as the first guy described it in his thread: 1) Had a significant throat infection that lasted for 8-10 days about 2 months ago. I was tested, and the results did NOT confirm strep throat, but they also did not know what it was.
Hello, The blisters on feet can be due to pompholyx and the red skin on nose sides can be due to seborrheic dermatitis. 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. Use only thin applications of moisturizer ointments as excessive amounts of ointment may restrict breathing of the skin and aggravate the condition.
I have a 2 year old little girl that has a fungus on her toes and her feet are peeling so bad they bleed. She has A rash all over her that is truning her skin white. I had seen doctors and they give me cream and nothing is working. Her toe nails are truning black. She grabs her feet and crys, she just needs someone to help her.
If still the calluses persist,then you may need to go in for removal by surgical means or with keratolytic agents (medicines that break up hardened areas of skin). Shaving or cutting off the hardened area on the skin by a doctor is also helpful. 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.
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