This has been happening for about two months now. On the tip of my thumb, my skin seems to be slowly eaten away by something. There are a sea of clear mini bumps right under the skin. It looks like it's spreading over the tip of my thumb. The skin would randomly pop one of those little bumps. If I don't put any steroids on it, it would take off a chunk of my thumb, almost like something had chucked off a part of my thumb. It's really scary. Anyway, I've been to the doctors a couple of times for this. They gave me a steroid ointment and told me to keep it moist. The steroid makes it go away. But if I don't use it, it keeps coming back. It looked normal and clear for about ten days, so I didn't use steroids. Then it just came back again, real itchy and disgusting. It doesn't look like the other eczema I have. It's usually red and bumpy on my skin, not white and clear under my skin. But it does react to steroids. But it's also very inconvenient, because sometimes I can only use one hand to do things, and life sucks if you can't use one of your thumbs. The doctors keep saying its eczema, but I don't know if I believe them. I've had MRSA before, but they said it doesn't look like MRSA. The steroid I'm using is also very strong, I'm not supposed to use it long term. But I've been depending on it for at least a month.