I felt like I didn't have time to go see a doctor—and even if I did, I would have been embarrassed to get treatment for an itchy toe. It was annoying and frustrating, but I tried to ignore it. This time, I went to the doctor.
Dyshidrosis causes very small, fluid-filled blisters to occur on the soles of the feet, the palms of the hands or sides of the fingers. Dyshidrosis is a skin condition that causes small, fluid-filled blisters to form on the palms of the hands and sides of the fingers. Sometimes the bottoms of the feet are affected too.
Pause for a second and think about the looong list of things you use your hands for every day. Then consider how annoying and difficult it would be to accomplish those tasks if your palms were covered in small, incredibly itchy blisters. Ditto for your feet.
This article identifies a number of different blistering conditions and provides an overview of their management. A blister describes any raised, fluid-filled skin lesion. Small blisters under 0.
Dyshidrotic dis-hi-drah-tic eczema DE is a common group of skin conditions in which the skin cannot protect itself as well as it should, so the person often gets itchy, dry skin. DE causes itchy, dry skin. People also develop small, deep-seated blisters, usually on their hands.
The blisters are usually itchy and may be filled with fluid. Blisters normally last for about two to four weeks and may be related to seasonal allergies or stress. The exact cause of dyshidrotic eczema is unknown.
Back to Health A to Z. Pompholyx dyshidrotic eczema is a type of eczema that causes tiny blisters to develop across the fingers, palms of the hands and sometimes the soles of the feet. See your GP if you have any sort of blistering skin condition.
Pompholyx eczema is a condition in which small blisters develop on the hands and feet. The blisters are often itchy. Pompholyx comes from the Greek word for bubble.