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    Red palms and hot hands
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    pennbird posted:
    I am having red palms and fingers and hot feeling hands for the last few months. Not the tops of my hands. Anyone have this?
    I had my liver checked out last month and it's normal. Neg. for scleroderma. Just have pos. ANA, ssDNA, RA and RF.
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    R Swamy Venuturupalli, MD, FACR responded:
    Inflammation from arthritis could give you red palms. A condition called erythromelalgia, seen in autoimmune diseases, can cause redness and swelling and pain. It can be managed by keeping cool, aspirin, gabapentin, biofeedback etc. Other possibilities exist. Check with your rheumatologist. All the best.


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