The thick-skin of my hands & feet are progressively turning orange. It's starting on my nails, spots on top of my feet & hands. I do not ingest things that can turn my skin orange/tan.
I don't know what's related, so I listed a few other possible related items.
I had to have my tonsils out a couple of weeks before I noticed these problems. But was not able to eat till about then & so I don't know exactly when the bitter taste & digestive issues started. I haven't gotten all of my appetite back. Everything tastes bitter/sour, except frozen sweet items; ice cream, icees, etc. And my digestive system has been overly active/upset.
The last few years, I'm healing about 4 times slower than average, possibly due to what resembles symptoms of dehydration, that I've had all my life but only recently realized were related since it's gotten worse. I do NOT have diabetes.
In January, I unknowingly consumed a substantial quantity of mercury, which was inside a steak that I bought from Kroger's. They weren't concerned. I had abdominal pains for two weeks afterwards, so I hope it all passed. But who knows!
Do you know what the cause could be for the orange skin & a test I can do without a doctor? I can't find a decent doctor.
I've kept this short,sort of, so as to not distract from the problem, the orange skin. But if more detail on anything else will help someone who knows what can cause orange skin, I'd appreciate it.
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