Why Do My Palms Itch?

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If your palms are itching, this could be as a result of either atopy, dry skin, exposure to allergens and certain systemic and skin diseases. It could also be caused by a deeper possible problems like kidney failure or liver problems. You therefore need to visit a doctor for a better diagnosis.
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