Watery White Spots On The Palm?
In the morning, my fingers have white spots on my fingers, if the water comes out, I often do activities like washing dishes / washing clothes. What is this called water lice? What is the effective medicine to treat? Thank you
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Complaints about the appearance of resilience that appear to contain water on the child's thumb can be caused by several possibilities, including:
Dishidrosis, also called pompholyx or chronic vesicobullous hand dermatitis, the exact cause is rarely identified until now, associated with stress, allergies, contact with certain metals, hands / feet that often sweat or get wet, wet and warm environmental conditions, and use drugs that weaken the immune system; symptoms: pimples / fluid-filled, small, most often located on the outer edges of fingers, palms, and feet, generally accompanied by itching, can disappear on their own in 2-3 weeks, but can recur repeatedly Dermatitis allergic contact, an inflammation of the skin due to contact with allergenic substances (eg latex, marine animal protein, plant pollen, mites, dust) attached to the skin, associated with the process of forming the body's immunity to allergenic ingredients, symptoms usually arise after repeated exposure to the material allergenic irritant contact dermatitis, which is an inflammation of the skin due to contact with irritative substances (eg detergents, soap, chemicals, etc.) attached to the skin, not related to the process of immune formation, symptoms can appear immediately on initial exposure to irritative substances Dermatitis atopy, is a chronic / chronic and recurring skin inflammation, associated with a history of frequent sneezing sin and runny nose in the morning, eyes are often red after exposure to allergenic substances, asthma) in patients / families Tinea manum, also called water fleas, is a skin disease due to dermatophyte fungal infections in between the fingers, peeling, hand skin peeling, scaly, until it can blister and itchy. If symptoms are felt to be disturbing and continue to recur, you are advised to check yourself directly to a doctor or dermatologist and can be evaluated through history taking and physical examination by a doctor. If there are indications, your doctor may consider supporting investigations, for example: skin test for allergy testing. Handling can be given in the form of ointments / creams to be applied to symptomatic skin, as well as oral medication to help deal with inflammation / itching / infection. If there are indications, your doctor may also recommend light therapy.
As a suggestion, you should avoid exposure to risk factors and ingredients that are known or suspected to trigger symptoms (eg wet hands throughout the day), use relatively softer / non-irritating soap for bathing (eg baby soap), and eat regularly balanced nutritious food. To enrich insight, you can read articles about dishidrosis. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.