Cracked Fingers And Palms?
Good afternoon … I want to ask, cwo, I have the same disease, my hands have been treated several times, but it doesn’t heal, sometimes the palm of the hand cracks from the palm of the hand and then spreads to the palm between the pores, it comes out a little blood like a wound, sometimes the palms and fingers become rough and then feel pain in his hand and can hinder his activities ,, what is the name of the disease ?? then what can the skin disease be medicine ?? what medicine can it do for that disease ???
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Conditions experienced by your partner can occur due to several possibilities, including:
Xerosis or dry skin
Irritation due to certain chemicals
Which for each of the above possibilities can also be translated into various causes. For example for xerosis, the cause can be due to malnutrition, lack of drinking, drastic weight loss, side effects of drugs and so forth. Skin infections can be due to bacteria, fungi, or mites, and so on. Therefore, the best step that can be done is to see a dermatologist to be ascertained through a series of direct examinations.
Meanwhile, if he has already checked himself into a dermatologist but has not yet recovered, return to the same doctor immediately if the medicine is used up for evaluation and control, so the doctor can determine whether the treatment needs to be added, replaced or even referred to other more suitable specialists. If you have seen the dermatologist many times, you may suggest to your partner to find another dermatologist to get a second opinion. What is clear, to get the right treatment and diagnosis, direct examination is mandatory, and as a patient, your partner has the right to ask everything about the disease, including an estimate from the doctor why the disease does not improve.
Meanwhile there is no need to worry too much, avoid scratching or pulling chapped skin, avoiding sun exposure, wearing gloves if exposed to any chemical, and seeing a doctor immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.