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For about a couple of weeks now, I have had real, real bad itching on my hands and my feet; JUST my hands and my feet, it's nowhere else on my body yet.
I scratch and scratch and there's no marks or anything at first, just normal skin. Now, I'm not sure if its coincidental or what, but on my hands and feet, there are small red spots and welts that develop. Some of the times these red spots and welts aren't even near the areas where I scratched.
Plus, on occasion, I wake up and multiple fingers or part of my hands are swollen. Like right now, it's just the tip of one finger that's swollen, that's it. It's not pressure sensitive or anything, it's just swollen.
I have a couple of pictures of the red spots I mentioned included in links below. The red spots themselves do not burn and go away on their own with lotion and me not scratching, but they eventually come back.
Its on my right breast towards the middle not near the nipple, i noticed it about a week ago. Its kinda like a red circle and its very slightly yellow in the middle. I have no other symptoms, no pain or itchiness, no lump underneath. There is no redness anywhere else. I'm only 17 and breast cancer runs in my grandmas family, i dont know if its a genetic thing or if most of them happened to get breast cancer. Its not worrying me that much cause i have no other symptoms but should i go to the doctor anyways? I'm assuming yes but i was just wondering if anyone else had this and what it was.View Thread
About 3 months ago i dropped a heavy jar of salsa on my toe, eventually ending in my toenail falling off. It's been 3 months since this incident, and this is what it looks like. It looks a lot more down in the bed as compared to my other toe. Is this normal? Also, it looks like a type of ''crust'' is under my toenail. Will my toenail eventually look normal? I'm really worries.
I've had these foot bumps for about a year now. I've tried so many different things to get rid of them. I've tried hydro cortisone, aveeno creams, benadryl. Please help! I am very self-conscious of these bumps. View Thread
Hi, I am a female age 40 and had hair loss since I was 18, now I am almost bald. I had tried different...
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Hi, I am a female age 40 and had hair loss since I was 18, now I am almost bald. I had tried different medications but none worked. Now I am looking for hair transplant to get my confidence back! do u know any good doctor? do u recommend it? i hare wearing wigs, and i was shaving for a long time, but people was thinking that i am shaved due to cancer! anyway, ur advice is highly appreciatedView Thread
I've read numerous blog posts about how to DIY your own sunscreen using coconut oil, carrot seed oil, and raspberry seed oil. So many of the sunscreens that claim to be "green" or "all-natural" really aren't. I would love to DIY a sunscreen like this because I know all the ingredients in it. However, I'm concerned about the sunscreen protecting both UVA and UVB rays and making sure it's actually effective. Any suggestions and insight would be wonderful. Thanks so much!View Thread
Hi, I've had this skin condition on both my arms for as long as I can remember and it is really bothering but I don't know what it is called and most importantly I have no idea how to treat it, any help would be appreciated, Thanks. View Thread
I'm newly married and my husband wants me to get a boob job done. I'm quite not sure about getting it before pregnancy. is it safe to get implants before pregnancy? Can it affect my hormones of me or my baby in any manner? I've seen positive results for one of my friend's who got hers done form Toronto's reputed surgeon Dr. Marcus Neissen. I have already browsed his site and satisfied with the testimonials and reviews. People out here, please do suggest which time is the bets for me to get a boob job done. Thanks in advance.View Thread
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