Please see a doctor for help to find out what is causing the skin on your fingers to peel and get irritated.
Try using the Symptom Checker tool and use the WebMD search engine with dyshidrotic eczema to pull up articles that may be helpful to you. We also have an Eczema Health Center which is linked at the top of this board. That would be a good starting place to look up articles about various skin conditions.
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Report This| Share this:Skin Irritation on FingerHi Anon_156775,<br /> <br />Please see a doctor for help to find out what is causing the skin on your fingers to peel and get irritated. <br /> <br />Try using the Symptom Checker tool and use the WebMD search engine with <a href="http://www.webmd.com/search/search_results/default.aspx?query=dyshidrotic%20eczema&sourceType=undefined">dyshidrotic eczema</a> to pull up articles that may be helpful to you. We also have an <a href="http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/eczema/default.htm"><b>Eczema Health Center</b></a> which is linked at the top of this board. That would be a good starting place to look up articles about various skin conditions.<br /> <br />Take care!<br /> <br />- Annie
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