There Are Red Spots On The Palms.?
My wife’s palm suddenly red spots and red spots form. Is it like frozen blood? before.a he often uses a cleaner for mobile phones because of the profession
Hello Setya Yudi,
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The appearance of reddish spots on the palm of the hand can be caused by several conditions or diseases, including:
Allergic contact dermatitis, is an inflammation of the skin layer that is triggered by an allergic process or hypersensitivity to a certain substance or material, can be in the form of dust, latex, certain foods that have just been consumed. etc. Irritant contact dermatitis, is an inflammation of the skin layer caused by the process of skin irritation, due to exposure to certain types of objects, such as certain types of metals, soap, oil, liquid, etc. Dengue hemorrhagic fever, is a disease caused by dengue virus infection and causes plasma leakage and cause symptoms of reddish spots on the skin, and spontaneous bleeding. This disease often causes symptoms of fever, and other bleeding such as nosebleeds, bleeding gums, etc. ITP, is a blood disorder in which platelet levels are found in low levels in the blood, without a known cause. This condition can cause reddish spots on the hands. Some things you can do right now are:
Maintain hand hygiene Use soap that suits your skin condition, which does not cause dry or flaky skin. Rinse hands thoroughly after using soap or detergent. Identify possible causes of the condition by assessing whenever symptoms occur, for example if you have just changed the type of bath soap or hand washing soap, dish soap, detergent, etc. If your job requires you to be often exposed to certain substances such as soap, corrosive liquids, etc., use safety devices such as gloves (handschoen) to reduce exposure to irritants or allergies. Lots of consuming water if you experience additional symptoms such as fever, freckles- spots on other body parts that you cannot predict the cause of, or the condition has often occurred and begin to interfere with your work and rest activities, I suggest you to consult a general practitioner or dermatologist so that a more complete examination and treatment can also be carried out appropriate.
So, hopefully you can help.