Skin Disorders That Cause Changes In Fingerprints?
Good morning, from the age of 9 years until now 22 years, my palms are dry and always replace the skin, plus my nails look so strange. The beginning of this disease my palms felt itchy and festering, not only in the palm but spread to the wrist. Around 12 years old my wrists have improved, but until now my palms have not healed to the point that my fingerprints have not been seen. When it comes to relapsing itching is not playing, sometimes it feels so itchy to split the skin. Have you ever seen a dermatologist, he said, allergic to soap, after I followed the doctor’s advice, it still did not heal. Because my fingerprints were nowhere to be seen, I was afraid to travel abroad, for fear that when a fingerprint scan could not detect. What I want to ask, can I ask for a certificate about my skin disease, so that I will show it to the immigration officer if my fingerprint is not detected? And why is my hand like this? thank you
Skin disorders that cause changes in fingerprints can be caused by the following things:
Allergic or irritant contact dermatitis Atopic dermatitis Psoriasis Keratolysis exfoliativa Acanthosis nigricans These skin disorders can cause damage to the epidermis and dermis layers of the skin, including in the fingertip area that is useful for fingerprints. Apart from those mentioned above, there are still other diseases that can also cause fingerprint changes. Changes in the papillary fingerprint line can be temporary and can return after recovery, but some are permanent damage. Treatment for each skin disorder above also varies. Therefore you should indeed continue to consult a dermatologist to get the examination and the appropriate treatment. The doctor's certificate can also be obtained from the doctor who carries out the examination and diagnosis. For security or immigration matters, it depends on the agency requesting your fingerprint.
To reduce the complaints you feel, you can try the following:
Avoid exposure to irritating ingredients such as detergents, nickel ingredients, alcohol, latex ingredients, powder on gloves, chemicals Use a moisturizer made from natural and not perfume Consumption of enough water Use ointments to soothe inflammation That is my explanation, hopefully useful .