:confused: How about a circulation disorder that produces abnormal white spots on my hands after I have my hands dangling down for awhile? I can rub them out only to have them return. I noticed they're more noticable when I drink to heavily. Sometimes my hands turn blueish in extreme cold and I bruise rather easily. Could this be liver/alcohol related or some other blood disorder. Someone mentioned a low blood-oxygen level can be causing this? Would a diet or some other therapy help? I have no insurance at the moment and cannot afford tests. Any help is very welcomed!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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