Watery Spots On The Fingers Feel Hot?
Excuse me, I want to ask, one day my skin burned my fingers, then in the part that felt burning, there was a small nodule filled with water … I guess why? because I’ve felt this way from yesterday.
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There are several conditions or diseases that can cause burning and the appearance of fluid-filled nodules, including:
Warts (Verucca vulgaris), are lumps that have a rough, pale surface, and can sometimes cause pain when pressed or touched. Caused by human papilloma virus. Molluscum contangiosum, is a small lump group, which easily spreads to other places and also to others. Burn injury, is a burn due to exposure to temperatures that are too hot or too cold on the skin. Can cause bulls (fluid-filled lumps) due to damage to the structure of the skin. Contact dermatitis, can be caused by allergic or irritation processes. Some things you can do at home are:
Identifying triggers (whenever they occur), for example after being exposed to a hot object, after being exposed to certain metals (rings, bracelets, etc.), after eating certain foods, etc. It is important to know the cause and also determine the appropriate treatment. Avoid prying or breaking pimples, because it can damage the structure of the skin and also risks causing further infection and inflammation. If it feels itchy, you can apply powder containing low-dose salycyl acid. If the pain begins to interfere, you can take over-the-counter anti-pain medication at the pharmacy (with the green logo) according to the dosage and usage rules as stated on the package. If the symptoms do not improve in After a few days, or even starting to spread to other parts of the skin, I suggest to check with a general practitioner or dermatologist so that a more complete examination and also appropriate treatment.
Thus, hopefully can help.