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Types of Eczema on Hands and Feet

Eczema on the hands and feet is a group of dermatitis conditions affecting the hands and/or feet. Eczema on hands and feet Manifestations are erythema, scaling, itching, and skin thickening. A unique feature of hand and foot dermatitis is that it commonly first manifests with tiny vesicles and is then called dyshidrotic dermatitis.

In this video, we will introduce you types of eczema on hand and feet.

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  1. Atopic Dermatitis

Atopic dermatitis is the most common form of eczema. It usually starts in childhood, and often gets milder or goes away by adulthood.

  1. Contact dermatitis

If you have red, irritated skin that’s caused by a reaction to substances you touch, you may have contact dermatitis.

  1. Dyshidrotic dermatitis

Dyshidrotic eczema causes small blisters to form on your hands and feet. It’s more common in women than men.

  1. Neurodermatitis

Neurodermatitis is similar to atopic dermatitis. It causes thick, scaly patches to pop up on your skin.

  1. Nummular eczema

This type of eczema causes round, coin-shaped spots to form on your skin. The word “nummular” means coin in Latin. Nummular eczema looks very different from other types of eczema, and it can itch a lot.

  1. Stasis dermatitis

Stasis dermatitis happens when fluid leaks out of weakened veins into your skin. This fluid causes swelling, redness, itching, and pain.

So, what causes these eczemas?

Experts are still working to learn the causes. But some things may increase your risk of having it, such as:

  1. Having had atopic dermatitis in the past.
  2. Having allergies, such as allergic rhinitis.
  3. Being exposed to allergens or irritants, such as certain metals.
  4. Receiving UV radiation.
  5. Fungal infection.
  6. Insect byte.
  7. Having overactive sweat glands.

Certain things can trigger episodes, such as:

  1. Stress.
  2. Very warm or cold weather.
  3. Very dry or humid air.

When should we see the doctor?

See your doctor if the itching and redness you’re experiencing doesn’t go away on its own, or if it interferes with your life. Unfortunately, there is no 100% cure for eczema in modern medicine, but many treatments are available to relieve symptoms, prevent flare-ups. In fact, there is currently an unprecedented number of new treatments for eczema in development.

You will find some useful information in another youtube video about the treatment of eczema. also, there are some natural home remedies for eyelids eczema if you are interested.

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