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Skin, Hair & Nails

Hi, From the photo, possible causes are: 1. Acute hand eczema due to internal sensitivity. Doctors call this condition pompholyx or vesicular hand eczema. 2. Contact dermatitis or acute eczema due to external contactants. 3. Id reaction or vesicular reaction due to a dis...
11 May 2019
Hi, From your photos, you appear to have rather inflamed eczema that may be infected. It is not likely that OTC (over-the-counter) creams will work. You will probably require prescription medication (antibiotics, topical steroids) by your doctor to control the skin inflammation and secondary in...
13 May 2019
Hi, From the photo, it appears that there is grooving of the nail plate of your right thumbnail, starting from the base. You may have a condition known as median canaliform dystrophy of Heller which presents with a midline ridge and groove affecting one or bot...
9 May 2019
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rash on skin after a shower
Thanks for the picture. It appears to be sensitive skin on first look. But I must caution you about the limitations of just looking at the picture. For a proper diagnosis you should still see a GP. If it is immediately after showering, could it be due to some of the soap or shampo...
10 May 2019
Hi, You most likely have a mucous retention cyst. Mucous retention cysts arise in the minor salivary glands as a result of injury to the gland or its duct. The common sites are on the mucosal aspect of the lower lip. Typically the patient presents with a history of recurre...
6 May 2019
Hi, From the photos, your skin appears dry, irritated and inflamed. You may have eczema or superficial skin inflammation. The cause may be due to internal sensitivity (e.g. atopic dermatitis) or due to external factors. An external factor causing eczema is called contact ...
6 May 2019
Hi, As it takes 6 months for the fingernail to grow from base to tip and 12 months for the toenail to do likewise, it will take 6 months for loceryl to work for fingernails and 12 months for toenails. Early clinical improvement (the base of the affected nail will begin t...
5 May 2019
Hi, Shingles caused by the varicella zoster virus is usually diagnosed clinically from the appearance of painful grouped medium-sized blisters affecting a dermatome (a single area/band of skin) supplied by skin nerves. From your photo, no clear bl...
6 May 2019
Hi, The appearance of discrete red bumps over the front of your elbow is a little peculiar. It does not suggest eczema or skin sensitivity which commonly affects this area but presents as red scaly patches instead. The possible causes of your rash include insect bite reaction,...
3 May 2019
Hi, from the photo, you may have inflammation of the small capillaries within the upper layers of the skin. The condition is called Capillaritis or Schamberg’s disease. The inflammation allows red blood cells to leak through gaps in the capillary walls causing pai...
29 Apr 2019
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