What bubbles appear on the hands
Changes of an allergic nature, hives,bubbles on the hands indicate that there are some unfavorable external factors or failures in the work of some organs. Often inflammatory processes on the skin are associated with chemical or physical aggressive influences, as well as adverse changes within the body itself. All these points can lead to the emergence of a variety of pathologies on the skin, as a result of which bubbles appear on the hands. The emergence of such formations can speak about many things.
What do bubbles show on the skin of your hands?
Usually the appearance of such rashes indicatesdyshidrosis, which manifests itself as an independent disease or is one of the signs of some skin problems. Dyshydrosis is characterized by the appearance of small vesicles, the size of which does not exceed the head of the pin, and their content is completely transparent. In general, their manifestations are concentrated on the palms, as well as on the back of the hands, sometimes on the soles. The causes of this ailment have so far been little studied, just one thing is certain: the main role is assigned to the neuroendocrine factors. The manifestation of the disease is observed in the spring or summer period of the year.
It is accepted to divide the true dyshidrosis anddyshidrotic eczema. The second type differs in that the onset is very acute, developing after contact with an irritant, as well as with nervous shocks. The skin of the hands becomes reddened, edematous, placers of a large number of small bubbles appear, which are arranged in groups or isolated. Over time, the contents of the bubbles are opened, there are discharge, because of which the puffiness is even more evident and the secondary infection joins. There may be a swelling of the elbows and armpits, a deterioration in the general condition and a rise in temperature. The patient experiences unpleasant sensations, burning and itching. Dyshidrotic eczema is characterized by exacerbations without obvious causes and a tendency to relapse. The conservative treatment of the disease is of low effectiveness.
With true dyshidrosis, the vesicles on the handsare a characteristic feature of the disease. They are mainly localized on the palms, stay for ten days, and then regress. The contents of the vesicles shrink, they are often opened, pouring out in the form of serous fluid. There, where they were opened, surface erosions appear. Itching and pain are constant companions of the ailment, but no new bubbles appear. There may be other explanations for the appearance of formations on the hands. Vesicles are also a characteristic sign of chronic eczema, infectious and venereal diseases. A full treatment depends entirely on the correctness of the diagnosis delivered by the doctor.
Bubbles on hands: treatment
The therapeutic measures completely depend on the fact,at what stage of the development of the disease at the moment is the patient, on the magnitude of the rashes and localization of the process. Clinical picture should be evaluated by a specialist who correctly chooses a treatment regimen. Usually prescribed antihistamines and sedatives. Local agents such as zinc ointment or special trays with a solution of potassium permanganate can be used. When joining infectious complications, it is necessary to use ointments based on antibacterial or glucocorticoid agents.
It is important to understand that the means that can fullyto cure from this disease, does not exist. Even after the course of therapy, which ended in success, the disease can again manifest itself. That is why special attention should be paid to preventive measures.