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patches of clear bumps on left hand only

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  • Posted By: dell2000
  • July 9, 2008
  • 10:07 PM

i woke up about 4 days ago with these little bumps of clear fluid on my left hand they seam to be spreading, they are a bit itchy, they started in between my index finger and middle finger. anybody have any idea what im dealing with?

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  • ya I know exactly what you're talking about.. i used to get them all the time, if you pop them theres clear liquid inside.. i came to the conclusion that they are an allergic reaction to something, i used to play softball and I think i was allergic to the leather from my glove. because my left glove hand always had those weird and sorta embarassing bumps (which kinda look like warts too but i've also had those when i was a kid and theres def. a difference).. i haven't played for a year or two and never had them since.. so see if theres anything you could be allergic to and try to do something about it.. i never could, they are a pain in the butt.. but at least they'll go away.. have a good one..
    jfrizz11 2 Replies Flag this Response
  • I have eczema and that is exactly what it looks like. It usually forms on hands and it's itchy and will spread sometimes. I just put an OTC medication on it called Caladryl Clear and it usually goes away in a few days. Try to avoid scratching it, though, because it can cause it to spread, ooze and get infected. Caladryl is a poison ivy/bug bite/etc. medication, but it does the job on eczema as well. ;)
    alishahodges 4 Replies Flag this Response
  • Looks like poison oak/ivy to me. You can buy homeopathic preparations at your local health food stores. Be careful not to rub your eyes or privates since it can spread. It it spreads to those areas or gets out of control, you'll need a shot of cotisone to bring it under control.
    Monsterlove 2921 Replies Flag this Response
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