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Allergy on right hand, rash with white dots, itching. Medication ?

sir i have an elergie on my right hand . i think its from sun because in winters it will be normal skin but when summers comes . my right hand is like some rash with white dots ... its itch to much and it is from last 4 to 6 years .. i consult many doctors and homopethic also .... but its nt good .. and sir i am using ( flutibact skin ointment cream ) its not to much good but it can stop itch.... what i do now ??? plezz sir reply me as soon as possible ....
Asked On : Tue, 8 Oct 2013
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Hi, it appears to be the seasonal allergy allergy to the foods fruits, cotton dress or flowers of the summer season.
When it has already there you can consult a dermatologist fordiagnosis and treatment.
To prevent it try to trace out the things allergic to you by avoiding the things you usually use in summer. And avoid them for ever.
Thank you.
Answered: Tue, 8 Oct 2013
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