The Cause Of Palms Experiencing Reddish Rashes?
Good morning, I am 24 years old, my applause is red like Janeway lesion condition, but I don’t feel any symptoms, what is the explanation about this condition?
Thank you for the question.
Reddish rash on the palm does not always refer to a disease. This condition can occur due to natural appearance of blood vessels under the skin or skin color variations from birth that is not dangerous. When your hands are out of contact with heat, blood vessels under the skin can also widen so that it looks more clearly reddish. If this condition is the cause of your complaint, of course no special handling is needed to resolve it.
Another, if a reddish rash on the palm of your hand appears suddenly, especially for example to cause pain, itching, swelling, peeling, bruntusan, or its size continues to enlarge continuously. It could be that this condition arises because of certain medical conditions, such as allergic or irritant contact dermatitis, insect bites, burns, skin infections, hemangiomas, bleeding disorders, drug eruptions, seborrheic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, hand foot and mouth disease, lupus, and so. These conditions are mild, some are dangerous depending on the cause. Janeway lesion as you mentioned is a red rash that can appear on the palms or feet due to tissue death and infection in patients with infective endocarditis. It could also be this condition that triggers a reddish rash on the palm of your hand, but it may or may not. Often, Janeway lesion does not appear alone, but also accompanied by other systemic signs related to the underlying disease.
Unfortunately, we do not check your condition directly. Therefore, we are also not authorized to ascertain the exact conditions that are causing your complaints at this time.
Our advice, check yourself directly to the doctor or dermatologist to be given the best treatment. At this time, it is recommended not to over-manipulate the reddish rash that appears, including holding, picking, scratching, or giving any treatment. Always keep yourself clean, including bathing and washing your hands. Do not forget, avoid your skin from contact with substances that are prone to trigger allergies or skin irritation.
Hope this helps ...