I was diagnosed with Idiothrombocytopenia purpura in 2001. Around that time, my palms became red and flushed. There is no pain or numbness. My hematologist said that he had no idea what it could be. About a month ago, red spots appeared under the skin in my palms, and they turn blueish/purple when I get cold. This is the only place on my body where this happens. At first, I thought it may be Raynaud's, but my new hema. said it wasn't because my fingers aren't affected. I would love to know what is going on with my hands:confused: :confused:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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