I have had continuous peeling of my palms/fingers and feet/toes for the last 3 years. Doc's have diagnosed as Keratolysis Exfoliativa. I had prostatitis prior to the peeling skin over 3 years ago and was tested for everything (std and otherwise) and nothing was found (including cultures and PCR - mycoplasma). Never had arthritis, but did have a recent bout with KB (w/vesicles) on one sole, which is typical of Reiters.
Anybody have any thoughts or suggestions? Should I expect things to get worse with time or better? Thanks very much. –Nick
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