From time to time, i breakout with inflamations of my hands and feet. Fingers, toes, heels, palms, etc. are all susceptable to inflamation. Circular sensitive red inflamed patches also arise throughout the bottoms of my hands and feet. I have been to a number of doctors, over 20, and stumped them all. They have never seen such a thing. I seem to breakout when I undergo stress, or when caffiene or alcohol are consumed in high quantities, but don't always. It tends to go away after 3 days. I have had this for about 12 years now (now 27 yrs old). This may sound wierd, but I thought I should add this also. I've noticed also that sometimes after masturbating, the next day I would breakout. I never brought this up to anyone not even my doctor because it is embarrissing to me. None the less, these four factors, stress, caffiene, alcohol, and masurbation all seem to be the precursors to my breakouts. I have even done research myself to find pictures, descriptions, etc. of my condition. Has anyone heard of such a thing or someting similar. Please help.
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