What could tiny itchy bumps be that look like razor bumps and started on the hands and spread to the arms?
I keep leaning my head on my hands and now it's making me have bumps and acne on my face how do I stop leaning on my hands and keep the acne and bumps away?
You just noticed that you have tiny skin color bumps on the top of your hands that itch time to time what could this be?
Tiny skin colored bumps on the hands, feet, or in between fingers or toes could be Dishydrosis. It is hereditary and not contagious. It has been linked to stress, diet, and sometimes excessive perspiration during times of stress. Typically, it will run it's course and go away on its own. It can range from small bumps to dry, itchy, scaley bumps that can crack and ooze. There is no cure, but can be treated with…
You mean scratch your itchy poison ivy? No You could lightly rub it or put something cold on it. Use some anti itch cream or special poison cream. If you do need to scratch it it could spread. Make sure you wash your hands afterwords. If you scratch and get the puss juice stuff on your hands then scratch somewhere else it could spread.
they can be spread through human contact. This includes sexual contact, hands and coughing. A way of remembering how they can be spread is " coughs and sneezes spread diseases" they can be spread through human contact. This includes sexual contact, hands and coughing. A way of remembering how they can be spread is " coughs and sneezes spread diseases"
The stiffness in the hands may be the result of inflammation in and around the joints. the bumps may be either deformity's forming as a result of RA or rheumatoid nodules these can a pear and disappear just as easily. If you are showing these symptoms you should consult a health professional about it.
I started having these tiny little bumps on my hand. and they are now on my other hand and legs too. could this just be an allergic reaction or something serious?
If they are hard, translucent little bumps - chances are it's a form of dermatitus - possibly hormonal. I get them too from time to time and there is no clear trigger. They take a while to go away - several weeks or months. Cortisone cream helps but can dry your hands out. I just let mine run its course.
Tapioca-like white bumps on the sides of the fingers usually represent a type of eczema, sometimes called dyshidrosis when it takes this form. Another possibility, especially if it's in a single spot, is a herpetic infection. Ultimately, you'll need a visit to your health care provider for a diagnosis, but there are two common causes of painful bumps under the skin of the hands.
Little dots and bumps it feels like a pimple and it is white and it is itchy it also spread all over hands?
You should always wash your hands after you go to the restroom (both men and women), and occasionally before, if your hands are dirty, as you when you go to the restroom you are touch a sensitive area (for men, when they hold their penis to urinate, and for women, when they wipe themselves after they urinate) and you could spread disease, to others, and to yourself.