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So last night, my sleep was hampered by something that comes up every so often: these tiny, clear, VERY itchy blisters that cluster no more than five at a time (sometimes even just a single one) in odd areas: usually just on the border between the top of my hand and my palm, or just on the border of my soles (although last night, it was right in the middle of the sole! They tend to start itching very suddenly, and tend to stop just as quickly. just can't narrow down what exactly because it only is on one finger. I get it on my hands, and occasionally on my feet, and it appears exactly as you describe.
They seem to pop up in completely different places about once to thrice a year, and the surrounding skin looks completely normal except for the tiny blisters. In my experience, the best remedies are adequate moisturizing to prevent them (if I'm not diligent--esp.
They don't hurt or anything, they're just REALLY ITCHY. if I'm washing my hands a lot, say, while cleaning or cooking--my hands dry out fast and lead to those annoying blisters) and OTC hydrocortisone cream to quiet them.
I now use a peppermint oil based hand lotion on hands and feet and the problem is under control. It was the only way I finally started sleeping through the night during that bad outbreak. I get exactly your described symtoms whenever I handle used motor oil. Yet I, too, have experienced similar blisters (always on my fingers) intermittently for years.
Every now and then it returns so I use the lotion for a week or so and away it goes. It stopped me from itching, so I wouldn't aggravate it and pop the bubbles (again, ew). When the bubbles break and get the stuff in them elsewhere it really seems to spread. Between the fingers, tiny blisters, grrr, It usually drives me so batty, I scrape them off with my knife. But damn it, that sissy assed cream the doc gave me just doesn't cut it. They come, they last a few days, they itch like hell, they dry out and the skin flakes away....until the next time.
Try avoiding sodium laureth sulphate and see if that improves the situation. I still get it sometimes, when I'm stressed or during the change of the seasons, but never that bad again. I'd be happy if just once, I went into the docs office and after the examination he said, "Hmm Mr. cold is the only thing that really helps with the itch, as dangerous nan mcgrew stated. I have no idea what they are, but I honestly don't see what a doctor could or would prescribe beyond a steroid cream for 'intermittent itchy bumps'. Some other more likely things already mentioned can only be treated not cured, but there are many things which could be causing our OP's affliction.
It may take a couple of weeks to notice a difference. The only thing they could come up with was "contact dermatitis" which seems like what all of you are getting diagnosed with as well. When my hands start feeling bumpy, I go for the ice and keep myself from scratching as much as possible, and it goes away. EG what you have there is a severe case of ichicosis." " I am going to prescribe this device called an angle grinder." "Apply the sissy assed cream to the wire brush and run it liberally over the affected area." rocking chair Sorry I missed your post first time. My sister is highly alergic to nickle (of all things) she can't wear any gold less than 24 carat. Even coins make her break out if she holds them too long and gets sweaty palms. Nickel sensitivity (I don't think it's an allergy) is actually extremely common; a lot of people notice it particularly in piercings, and have to wear very high-quality metals to avoid it. Well, yes- that depends heavily upon what causes them. Once he knows what it is, then he may find out it is something minor he just has to live with.
I've tried to look this up on Google, but the only real reference I can find is to syphilis. Yup, sounds like eczema to me -- I get it between my fingers, and sometimes in the crook of my elbows or the backs of my knees.
However, I tested negative for it last year, and this has been popping up much longer than that, AFAIK. I know exactly what you're talking about, but I don't know what they are either. Yup, keep the skin clean and moisturized -- and when it pops up anyway (it's definitely stress-related for me), use OTC 1% cortisone cream. I'm barely employed, so take this with a grain of salt.
I get them in the same places you do (edges of feet and hands. I get the same (if not the same then very similar) outbreaks every now and then. I have been to a dermatologist and he identified that mine were due to exposure to "sodium laureth sulphate".