I have a rash on my finger from my ring?

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June 19, 2019 / By Jodie
Question: my promise ring that my boyfriend got me over a year ago is all the sudden making a dry & cracked rash on my finger. it is only on the side of it, not around my entire finger. i have been wearing the ring for 1.5 years & it is all the sudden happening. i take it off when i shower, so it's not like i wear it all the time. i've had it off the last few days, but it isn't getting better. this happened to me a few years ago with my class ring, but that was on my opposite hand. i am pretty sure that both of the rings are platinum, so i'm thinking i might be allergic to platinum. has this ever happened to someone? who should i go to? i don't know if my regular doctor would know what it is or i may have to go to a dermatologist. thanks everyone!!
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Gardenia Gardenia | 5 days ago
Hi, Sounds like the skin reactions that I was having two to three years ago. Allergic reactions to foods and my own sweat and who knows what other toxins, that would then promote fungal infections from my weakened immune system. I eventually learned to make the right organic nutritional choices that allowed my immune system and organs to rebuild and get stronger. IF YI - my own skin-urticaria issues have cost about $2,500 in the last three years to learn what I now know - which is that ALL skin diseases are strongly related to one's micro-nutrition and/or toxic absorption and/or hygiene and/or parasites. My allergic reactions continually cause small water blisters along with skin fevers and itches and then rashes and then long term scaling. When my malady was at its worst - I used to have allergic itches to my own sweat that I was burning off after showering or during exercise or when parts of my body got hot - during a time in my life when I used to have considerable toxins stored within my body fat and ‘very’ weakened immune and filter systems. Monistat 7 and Desenex are moist-area anti-fungals and Head and Shoulders is also an anti-fungal, but you really need to see an MD and do more internet research to better understand how difficult it is for an MD to diagnose serious skin maladies. Use meds that are prescribed in a very minimal way so that your body’s immune system's and skin/ organs can repair and grow stronger, which will then prevent reoccurrences in the future. Since when I was an asthmatic teen and could not use deodorants without rashing up, my life long triggers have taught me to use hypo-allergenic non-perfumed soaps in a minimal way and to sometimes powder different portions of my body with cornstarch to help minimize yeast infections; especially whenever my micro-nutritional absorption within my gut has been less than was necessary to adequately repair my body’s immune system, organs, and skin on a daily basis. Even though I might not have answered your question as ‘specifically’ as you may have wanted, to help you with simple and concise information on ALL itch rash illnesses and for short and long term solutions to them ALL - the following link has considerable info within a ‘report’ I recently posted on Y_A: <> http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20091113104039AAbnGet <> The report at qid=20091113104039AAbnGet is an accumulation of my own investigations into itch rash illnesses that are due to my own non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, even though I have a fairly low BMI of 26. I eventually learned that itching or rashes are symptoms of maladies that could become much worse if not healed with better non-toxic and more ‘dense’ micro-nutritional choices. Since doctors were not very helpful and it ‘almost’ took too long to learn what I now try to teach others, I now take a little time each week to help others understand the need for non-toxic and ‘adequate’ micro-nutritional absorption in the gut AND for good hygiene - which will then prevent or minimize every ‘dis-ease’ I am aware of. Finally, because I am not an MD who could diagnose you ‘personally,’ I feel I should add that although I have seen that most root problems for 'skin' issues for myself and others has usually ‘always’ been from long and or short term allergic reactions to 'something' or poor hygiene COMBINED WITH a weakened lymph liver kidney skin and immune systems - IF the following symptoms would ever occur - I ‘think’ the worst rash one might possibly have quickly acquired is from deadly bacterial meningitis, ALTHOUGH bacterial meningitis would be VERY RARE. The two quotes below are from: <> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bacterial_Meningitis <> <> “IF a rash is present, it may indicate a particular cause of meningitis; for instance, meningitis caused by meningococcal bacteria may be accompanied by a characteristic rash.” <> <> “The MOST common symptoms of meningitis are headache and neck stiffness associated with fever, confusion or altered consciousness, vomiting, and an inability to tolerate light (photophobia) or loud noises (phonophobia). SOMETIMES, especially in small children, only nonspecific symptoms may be present, such as irritability and drowsiness.” <> For further details see: <> http://www.cdc.gov/meningitis/about/faq.html <> <><> I truly truly hope that what you might rapidly learn in the next few minutes will help you to decide on the correct choices that will remedy your painful malady in the future. My best to you and yours, AI – self taught nutritionIsT ><+>[(-:] PS - IF YI - the nutrition info I have learned is posted at: <> http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20091025223942AAni6lC <>.
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Gardenia Originally Answered: My girl's ring finger?
Most rings end up having to be sized afterwards. Most rings seem to come in a 6 or 7 (in my experience). Propose, and worst case scenario she can get it sized the next day. I think that most women are between a size 5 and 7 - unless she is really tiny or on the bigger side...most rings can be sized up one or two sizes. Check with the jeweler and make sure it can be sized if this is the route that you go. You can always ask friends and family, but then you run the risk of an eager friend or family member spilling the beans.
Gardenia Originally Answered: My girl's ring finger?
If you're trying to keep this a surprise, it really doesn't matter what size you buy, just get the standard stock size. Most jewelers will resize it for free, just ask when you're shopping around. I think you'll find that this is a more common occurrence than you realize. If she doesn't wear rings, chances are even SHE doesn't know her own ring size, I didn't know mine before I started looking at rings. So asking around to family/friends probably won't help you. One thing you can try though - do you know if she's been secretly (or not-so-secretly) shopping at any local jewelers? ALl the jewelers I spoke with were really eager to make me a wish-list that they kept on file "in case" my boyfriend (fiance, now) came in to shop. They took my size and jotted down some styles I liked. This was long before we ever got engaged. I was out with girlfriends, and it's just really fun to look at something sparkly. You can call around to the local shops, give them her name, and ask if she has a wish list you don't know about. If there's any way to find something out, I think that's about your only chance. Even if not, don't even worry about the right size, most jewelers will resize for free in a few days. Just have fun planning the other details. Good luck!! Edit - I think GabbaMommy's idea could be good (if you live together or ever have an opportunity to catch her sleeping, that is), but be careful if you try this. I tried measuring myself that way and came up with a size 10 (lol, I'm a 7!) If you want to go that route - practice on yourself and compare it with the jeweler's result. If you can't get your size right, I wouldn't trust this method for finding hers. :P

Deb Deb
Moisture can get stuck behind the ring after you wash hands and sweat. Most likely a very simple fungal type rash and should clear up with some over the counter anti-fungal cream with 1% cortisone. try to not wear the ring while it is healing. if this doesn't help get it check out at Dr's
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Brier Brier
dermatologist most likely. If it has not botherd you till now its not the ring. It could be an oil change in your skin or somethin along those lines.
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Brier Originally Answered: Rash under arm/my husband found a rash under his arm about the size of a half dollar, it's red, raised.
It could be staph - but it could also be something else. If the skin is scaly / flaky and the rash itches - it could be a sebborheic dermatitis - an autoimmune rash - your skin is attacking itself. This is not to suggest any for of flesh eating bacteria mind you - many people have this disorder. I would suggest seeing a Dr. - Dermatologist would be better - ASAP. Also - I would suggest you stop putting hydro-cortisone on the rash until you are seen - the steroid in it could actually make the condition worse. In the mean time - keep the area as dry as possible and keep lotions to a minimum. You could also be allergic to something either perfume based or an ingredient in something. Get it looked at by a Doc.

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