:confused: OK, so I have spent hundreds of dollars on doctor's visits, creams and medications and I still don't have an answer. My hands turn very red and stay that way most of the time. They are not usually like this first thing in the morning but remain this way most of the day. I have had freezings done for pre-cancerous lesions as well as flat warts and the hands still turn very red. It is very unattractive and makes me look 100 years old. They don't hurt or itch and aren't chapped or irritated. HELP ME!! COuld this be a vascular issue?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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