Approximately 3 days ago I noticed something on my hands. I was feeling my hands and could feel hard bumps on them. On my right hand, the bumps go across the top of my palm just under my fingers and on the lower portion of my pointer, middle and index finger on that hand. On the left hand, the bumps are located on the lower part of the palm, closer to the wrist. There are tonnes of small whiteish/clear bumps that look as though they have small light brown or tan circles inside of them. They are not itchy, painful or anything like that. My skin feels 'tight' where the bumps are but that's about it. I had a coworker take a look at it and she thought that it could possibly be a reaction to something so I took two doses of Benadryl 50mg orally with no results. Do you have any ideas as to what might be going on??
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