I have itchy water blisters that turn into blood blisters?
My age is 50 ,I am taking Synthroid vitamin D methadone Nexium. I am female. I get these bumps that started on my hands and now one on my arm, one on my neck. They resemble a small spider bites at first but I don’t think so. It is itchy and has like a water blister then turns into like a blood blister. And gets painful and itchy.
This may be a Dyshidrotic eczema…
You can use cold compresses and topical steroids ..
Avoid friction. And irritating contact.
Usually subsides within 2 weeks..
If it increased or spread to other areas please consult a dermatologist…
this is not a spider bite . its a kind of skin infection,that gets secondarily infected.
apply local antifungal cream,daily for 3 times/day.
avoid excessive rubbing. use herbal natural soft soaps. avoid hard water.
if symptoms dont improve,consult a dermatologist
THIS SEEMS TO BE ECZEMATOUS DERMATITIS. APPLY ANTI HISTAMINIC CREAMS LOCALLY. ANTI ALLERGIC TABLETS NEED TO BE TAKEN ORALLY AS WELL TO SPEED UP THE RECOVERY PERIOD. AVOID ITCHING OR SCRAPING THE WOUND
its a infected fungal lesion. u should maintain good hygiene. wash your hands regularly after applying local creams to avoid it from spreading elsewhere in the body. consult a skin specialist
It could be either eczema or a fungal infection (even doctors can get confused on this), as both are similar in appearance. I advise to place cold compresses on the area (as this helps whether it is a fungal infection or eczema), and please try not to scratch.
But based on the fact that a fungal infection is rarely spread to the arm, I would say it is eczema. I have eczema and athlete’s foot at the same time, and how you described it, fits more in the description of eczema.
Eczema, which occurs more often in people with allergies, can be triggered by many things such as soaps, shampoos, conditioners, dust, stress, heat etc. You can often experiment to see which one/s are your trigger. For shampoos, try to aviod tose with ingredients starting with meth-.
Although doctors do recommend antihistimine creams (and they do work), I have found that ice and cold compresses work better to relieve the itchiness. Also, applying moisterising creams (the ones with all natural ingredients) work. I use a paw paw and macedamia nut oil ointment, which makes the hand heat up the first half a minute of applying it, however, the cools down soon after that and about 10 minutes later, the itchiness will be gone.
And please see a doctor or at best, a dermotogist to prescribe some antihistimines, and give you more advice.
I hope this answer is helpful to you, and you can get cured of ezcema, as well as get relieved of the itchiness.
– A current eczema and athlete’s foot sufferer