I have been diagnosed with Raynaud's disease, and I keep getting painful red bumps on my hands that burn and itch. Also, some of my fingers are painful on the tips and sides around my nails. They last for a while but never completely go away. It almost looks like I have been burnt and feel that way too. Could this be urticaria vasculitis?
.. of redness with or without numbness in your pinky finger could be from Raynaud's phenomenon, nerve disease, vasculitis or rheumatoid arthritis. Since you are complaining it to be related to cold exposures, it is more likely to be Raynaud's phenomenon. Read full
.. have these symptoms due to fibromyalgia or hypothyroidism. You have photosensitivity with Raynaud's phenomenon and arthritis. These symptoms can also be seen in lupus or mixed connective tissue disease. Read full
.. seen the images (attachment removed to protect patient identity). They do look like chalazia, which are basically an inflammation of the oil glands in your eyelids which pour an oily substance over your eyes to prevent dryness. Read full
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