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    My finger skin around nails goes darker and darker
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    rizwanjaved555 posted:
    Please fellows help me out why it is happening my finger tops are much darker than my hands any tip for this please share with me
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    atti_editor responded:
    Hi rizwanjaved555,

    Have your fingertips always been darker, or is this a new occurrence? If the darker color is slightly blue, it could be due to a circulation problem, but there are many other possibilities. It is not possible to diagnose what is happening over the internet. Have you seen a doctor or dermatologist about your symptoms? If not, making an appointment to do so would be a good idea. You might also want to post your question in our Skin Problems and Treatments Community -- the member and our expert on that board may have more insight into what is causing your darker skin.

    Best wishes,
    Atti


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