how do i get rid of these tiny warts or little bumps on my fingers, they itch and only started the other day?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
It sounds like contact dermatitis. You likely touched something. My husband gets that excact same thing whenever he cuts up tomatoes. It lasts for 3-4 days and gradually gets better on its own. You can use a hydrocortisone cream from a pharmacy in the meantime if the itching really bothers you.
- 1 decade ago
I am an RN and will answer your question as professionally as possible. First, you must determine whether or not it is a topical dermitis or allergic reaction to something you had handled -- change in soap, detergent, weeding in the garden, etc. Then I would use something with cortisone to stop the itch. If it is a fungus, then I would use an anti-fungal cream. However, at any time ecsema can arise between the fingers and on the palm of the hand and itch like crazy. These bump-like areas arise due to stress. Then I would visit a dermatologist and receive a prescription to control the area. If it is ecsema, it will return. Hope this helps, hon. Good luck.
- LoreleiLv 44 years ago
It could be sun rash. I had gotten it on my arms this year for the first time. I was taken some antibiotics for my allergies and on the warning label it says to stay out of the sun cause it could cause a rash. So if your taken any medications, read the labels. Look it up on images yahoo and see if it looks the same as the ones on the Internet.
- Pegasus90Lv 61 decade ago
If the anti fungal cream works, then check out www.hufa.org - the yeast link, as it is likely a yeast fungus that is causing the bumps.Source(s): www.hufa.org is a website run by Hypoglycemics United to Foster Awareness, a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational corporation. Pegasus 90 is a co-founder and the current president of the organization.
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
Or a fungus infection. Try an antifungal cream.
- Rude dogLv 41 decade ago
.sounds like poison ivy. use calamine lotion.