blister like, itchy. when gone it seems as my skin is peeling. on fingers (NOT SCABIES) they go away and come back. clear liquid in center, could it be a fungus infection? YUCK I get them on my scalp as well?
Much like "bd575" I have odd itchy bumps under the skin, they do raise and there is a clear liquid that can be forced out. I have had them on the side of my feet (large bumps) and I get them on my scalp as well they hurt a bit when touched, but release as well in a few days. I have no insurance, I live in America ya know!! I get them a lot when it is hot out or I wash my hands often, ANY HELP?
I have exactly the same thing in small bumps on my toes. I believe it is a form of tinea. I have found the most effective help is a combination of two things: applying tea tree oil frequently throughout the day but it is most important to ensure you thoroughly wash and dry the affected area before applying the tea tree oil. Put as much tea tree oil on as you can afford to. I think even soaking the area in tea tree oil would be good. Then leave the tea tree oil to dry. This alone may get rid of the problem. You may need to do it for about a week and then if it appears to be gone I would recommend you continue to apply tea tree oil at least morning and nights for another 2-3 weeks to the whole of the area around where the bumps were. This might stop it from recurring. You can order tea tree oil here http://www.teatreeoiluses.com/. Another medication that seems to help me is a herbal treatment called Gartech http://www.emed.com.au/product.php?Doo=ContentView&id=381. I'm not sure if you need to do both or just the tea tree oil. A combination of both seems to have helped me most. Note I still get these bumps from time to time and I think it is because I haven't continued to apply the tea tree oil and take the Gartech for a few weeks after the bumps go, therefore they come back. I really believe if you do continue that combination of medications there is an excellent chance you may get rid of it altogether. I keep meaning to but then I run out of medication and there is a break and after awhile it returns. So good luck with it. BTW both these medications are safe and natural and good for your health generally so you can't go wrong.
I have the same problem. I have confronted my doctor about this, and the answer I received did not satisfy me, so I am still looking for answers. I am a nurse as well, and I went through school trying to relate lessons to my problem. None of my studies produced an answer, but I do recall an incident that occurred earlier in life. I recall when I worked at a place that required me to shower before leaving work. Although the showers were cleaned daily, I recall a couple of the guys I worked with complaining of what they called Plantars Warts. I have asked several doctors, and they say no, so I am back to the questioning part. My question is have you ever shared a shower with others that could be lacking in the cleanliness category? The last answer I received was that your nerve endings produce a chemical that can collect under the skin. I think I am getting closer to an answer, but as you know it is very annoying to have to live with this. I scratch my feet until they bleed, and this actually gives me a few days relief after they heal from the scratching.
What you guys have is a form of atopic dermatits, formerly known as ezcema of the hands and feet. It is caLLED POMPHOLYX and I have given you information. Read the attached information and please show this to your doctor. I have been a sufferer since childhood and it's only been during the last ten years that the ezcema has switched to my hands. Please contact me through my website www.superdunya.org. If I can be of any more help, please let me know. Best, Dunya
Dyshidrotic dermatitis (pompholyx) is a form of hand eczema more common in women which starts on the sides of the fingers as itchy little bumps and then develops into a rash. The condition can also affect only the feet. Some patients have involvement of both the hands and feet.