For several years now, I get sores on my fingers, it itches and puss is in side, first it started between my toes.....and I notice more now then ever, when it shows up, when I am stressing out.....I like to know what can I do ......i usually put bandaids on so I don't mess with it and it doesn't spread....but it itches so bad......Thank you for any info you can give me
Sounds like a common case of warts or athletes foot. I used to get them on my feet in between my toes as well, and the more I itched, the more it spread, and the longer it took to heal. What healed it for me was thoroughly cleansing the affected areas in the shower, and then layering on aloe vera immediately after. Aloe vera works wonders on all sorts of skin ailments and its healing properties have been known for ages. I don't necessarily believe you need to see a doc unless you'd rather prescription lotions. In my opinion, aloe vera is the most natural and affordable cure.
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