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From the signs and symptoms you described it seems like an allergic problem. I would suggest you to see a dermatologist when you have active lesions on skin for exact diagnosis. An allergy to a particular food can cause such type of reaction which is self limiting most of the times.
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Thanks for the reply.
A picture would have been really helpful here. But if you want to consider a broader differential, then warts are one, psoriasis vulgaris is another, acute vesiculobullous hand eczema (Pompholyx) can also be a cause.
The definitive diagnosis can be made on clinical evaluation and the treatment depends on the underlying cause. Warts are usually cauterized, eczema and psoriasis are resolved generally on application of topical steroids and avoidance of the trigger.