Dyshidrosis, also known as dyshidrotic eczema or pompholyx, is a skin condition in which very small, fluid-filled blisters appear on the palms of your hands and the sides of your fingers. The soles of your feet also can be affected.
This patient has visited my Balrampur clinic in year 2005 with palm full of blisters. These blisters were treated by some local doctor but these itchy blisters were not getting cured.
Somehow one grateful patient has referred to e and Medicine transmission of Rt 0/1 by hair of patient has cured him rapidly.
He has visited again my Balrampur clinic after 11 years for acne and reported no relapse.
This time his acne has got cleared by medicine transmission of Lyc 0/1 as a constitutional remedy.
The blisters associated with dyshidrosis occur most commonly on the sides of the fingers and the palms. Sometimes the soles of the feet also can be affected. The blisters are usually small — about the width of a standard pencil lead — and grouped in clusters, with an appearance similar to tapioca.
In more-severe cases, the small blisters may merge to form larger blisters. Skin affected by dyshidrosis can be painful and very itchy. Once the blisters dry and flake off, which occurs in about three weeks, the underlying skin may be red and tender.