This could be a fungal infection, eczema, dermatitis, or due to sweat dermatitis or bacterial infection. This could also be an allergic reaction to some substance.
You should keep your hands clean, wash them frequently, apply calamine lotion to help soothe the lesions, and take oral antihistamine medications for the itching.
Are you exposed to any chemicals at work?
You would have to consult your doctor for a confirmed diagnosis - eczema would need steroid local application creams, a bacterial infection would need an antibacterial and a fungal infection would need an antifungal.
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i got some itchy problem on ma finger tip since4 ,5 months it stopped but started again on my middle finger of left hand.first time when it started its on ma left hands middle nd small fingers tip and my right foot but this time its on middle finger only .... first its itchy and then it got small bubbles under the skin ....bubbles of transparent liquid ....skin get rough after this... plz let me know about this problem.thanks
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