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Question Little brown spots on fingers? - July 28th 2012, 01:50 AM

I just now realized that I have tiny brown spots on the palm of some of my fingers. I honestly don't know what they are. I wanted to go to the dermatologist or contact a nurse but my mother won't take me. I think I may have a skin problem but I'm unsure. Anybody have any ideas?
   
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Re: Little brown spots on fingers? - August 2nd 2012, 01:02 AM

Are they like the size of a needle? Or are the large like the end of a pen?

If they are needle size, it sounds like they are most likely broken blood vessels, which can happen if you had your fingers squished, lifted something very heavy and had a lot of blood cut off from your fingers, or somehow irritated your fingers by scratching something. They should go away within a week or two.

If they are large spots that are raised and look like a blister but are red, it could be a blood blister which can be caused by friction. Just like any other blister. It should also go away on its own.

Can you ask a school nurse?
   
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