A bacterial infection frequently causes an abscess, which is a painful collection of pus. Abscesses can form in any part of the body. If you suspect you have one, see your doctor. Without therapy, they normally do not improve.
Joint pain | Inflammation | Red Skin | Weakness and muscle wasting
Arthritis is a common ailment characterised by joint pain and swelling (inflammation). Pain, swelling, and stiffness in one or more joints are common signs of arthritis. Lifestyle adjustments, such as exercise, physiotherapy, and medications, are the most common therapies for arthritis. In more severe cases, surgery may be required.
Heat damages the skin, resulting in burns and scalds. Dry heat, such as that produced by iron or fire, causes a burn. Something moist, such as hot water or steam, causes a scald. Chemicals and electricity can also cause burns.
Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a condition in which a nerve in your wrist is compressed. In your hand and fingers, it produces tingling, numbness, and pain. It’s usually treatable on your own, although it can take months to get better. It affects more women than males, and it grows more frequent as you become older.
Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT) a peripheral nerve disease is a collection of hereditary disorders that affect the peripheral nerves (they control your muscles and other things like the sense of touch). If you suspect you’re experiencing CMT symptoms, see a doctor.
Chilblains are tiny, irritating skin swellings that arise as a result of exposure to cold weather. They typically affect the extremities of the body, such as the toes, fingers, ears, and nose. Chilblains are inconvenient, but they rarely result in serious harm. If the cold is avoided, they usually heal in a few weeks.
Cuts and grazes
The majority of grazes and cuts are small. They are simple to treat at home. Usually, all that is required is to stop the bleeding, clean the wound properly, and cover it with a plaster or dressing. Within a few days, minor wounds should start to heal.
Gangrene is a dangerous disorder in which body tissue dies due to a lack of blood supply. It can affect any region of the body, but the toes, feet, fingers, and hands are the most commonly affected. The earlier gangrene therapy begins, the more effective it will be (see symptoms section).
Hand, foot, and mouth disease primarily affects children under the age of ten, with the majority of cases occurring in children under the age of four. It has the potential to impact adults. It’s a viral infection that normally clears up on its own in 7 to 10 days without the need for antibiotics.
Joint pain is a frequent condition that can have a variety of causes. However, it’s frequently due to an injury or arthritis. Joint discomfort that worsens over time is frequently a marker of osteoarthritis in elderly adults. If you have persistent osteoarthritis symptoms, see a doctor.
When nerves in the body’s extremities such as the hands, feet, and arms are injured, peripheral neuropathy develops. The symptoms vary depending on which nerves are impacted. If you have early symptoms of peripheral neuropathy, you should see a doctor.
A prickling, burning, tingling, or numbing feeling is known as pins and needles. It commonly manifests as in the arms, legs, hands, and feet. It normally does not cause any discomfort. It can make you feel numb or itchy. Pins and needles are normally just transient, although they can endure a long period (chronic).
Rett syndrome is a rare hereditary condition that disrupts brain development and causes significant mental and physical disabilities. Rett syndrome affects some children more severely than others. In addition, the age at which symptoms initially develop differs for each child.
Pale | Numbness | Pain | Tingling
Raynaud’s syndrome is a common occurrence that seldom results in serious complications. Keeping warm is a common way to relieve the symptoms. It’s possible that it’s a symptom of something more serious.
A kind of eczema known as pompholyx (dyshidrotic eczema). It causes little blisters to form on the fingers, palms of the hands, and occasionally the soles of the feet. If you have a blistering skin issue, you should see a doctor.
Ringworm is a common fungal illness that causes a ring-like rash on the skin that can be either red or silvery. Ringworm is most usually found on the arms and legs, but it can arise on any part of the body. Ringworm, despite its name, has nothing to do with worms.
Lack of skin colour
Vitiligo is a long-term skin disorder in which pale spots appear. The lack of pigment (melanin) in the skin causes it. It can affect any part of the body, although it most usually affects the face, neck, and hands.