May 21, 2006 · They aren't fluid-filled. The pad of my thumb will hurt for a day or two-- really sensitive to touch-- and then one or two little rings of dry skin will appear, like a pin-head-sized blister has popped. What's going on? Googling "tiny thumb blisters" turned up pages of dishydrosis or dyshidrosis which has fluid-filled, raised blisters. Blisters can be caused by many other conditions, however. Read on to learn more about what may be causing your blisters and how to treat them. A blister, or vesicle, is a raised portion of skin Author: Mary Ellen Ellis.
Red, itchy blisters on your hands, fingers, and feet could be a sign of dyshidrotic eczema. Find out from WebMD what causes this skin condition and how to treat it.Author: Stephanie Watson. Small water blisters in clusters on fingers and wrists. By Guest | 22 posts, last post over a year ago Angelica Giron, MD answered this What Causes Itchy Blisters On Fingers?
So, like many who have posted here, I also get these tiny blisters in a patch, often times about the size of a postage stamp, on my index finger or thumb (sometimes around the cuticle, sometimes in the more fleshy part of the finger). Like others, I've tried to pop the blisters. A couple of weeks ago I got the same cluster of blisters on my left thumb and I accidentally scraped the thumb and the blisters popped and now I'm going through the whole itchy, sore, flaking tight skin again. And I noticed that I have another cluster forming along the edge of that and a cluster .
Small blisters on fingers pollardd. For the last couple of years I have been getting small clear blisters on my fingers, usually on my thumb, forefinger, and little fingers, on both of my hands. The blisters do cluster together in tight groups and never get much larger than the diameter of a dime, they also are filled with fluid.