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Forum Name: Dermatology Topics
|adesmond2 - Sat Jan 20, 2007 11:11 pm||
Hi to all Doctors,
Currently I'm based at Singapore and wish to seek every doctors advice.
Firstly, my right hand last finger's skin start to crack, It's normal as I used to have crack skins. However, it starts to spread to my fourth fingers and within the crack, it has holes popping up with white watery liquid. Soon after 3 days, my last finger's top part was filled with holes and cracking skin.
Secondly, my face start to have pimples also but I'm a pimple-free person. These pimples start to bleed as I peeled them off.
Thirdly, I realise that my skin has tiny small red dots (Only both my hands)
I would really hope someone telling me what has happen to my last finger.
Many thanks to those who replied~
|adesmond2 - Sat Jan 20, 2007 11:17 pm||
Sorry that I forgotten to say that I have applied fungal cream and detox cream. And they doesn't seems to have any effects. The cracks has no pain nor itchy. However, now the crack has been harden and a hard layer of skin has cover over my last finger and there's abit of itchy and numbness when i touch it. The holes are still appearing non-stop. One day can pop up to 10-20 holes.
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