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Veins Palms Fingers
Yes: Without seeing your hands i will tell you it is probably normal. The veins in palm and fingers can be visible/ more visible if you are thin, or have fair skin which is more translucent , or have been exercising , you are hot or excited. There are rare skin conditions where the skin is almost completely translucent and there are rare circulation problems but at 33 years old they are very unlikely. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When i stand up, the veins in my palms and fingers become very prominent and palms and fingers look bluish. This disappears after a few minutes. Bad?
I have tiny red veins showing up on my fingers, all over my palms and now on my toes. What is this? Thank you
Probably nothing: Normal vein color is purple. If there was no trauma and they are not painful or swollen, you can wait to see if the discoloration fades. If you are in a cold climate, you could get a purple discoloration of the fingers called "Raynaud's". Try elevating your hands above your head. If the veins recede with gravity, then there is nothing to worry about. If they are painful, see a doctor. ...Read more
I feel pain only my calfs up to my knees i also feel pain on my fingers and palms i also have green varicose veins but never had a problem ?
Hi after work I noticed a very small white lump in the palm of my hand underneath the ring finger feels like its on a vein its also slightly painful?
Possible cyst: It could just be a flexor tendon sheath ganglion. It feels weird but is nothing serious. A trip to your doctor is advised ...Read more
I have a vein that is noticeably sticking out more than usual on my right hand between my thumb and finger on the palm side of my hand. Any ideas?
I have a small purple vein not really painful on ring finger on right hand. The exact location is on palm side where pip joint is. Is it concerning?
Not really: If you have full mobility of the joint with out pain i would a serve for any changes, but don't be too concerned. ...Read more
Prominent veins and visibly pulsing arteries in the palm of my hand and at my wrist and along the side of the hand from the thumb to the index finger.
Hand veins: Hand veins don't pulsate and hand veins are not prominent on the palmar side of the hand. These may be arterial if you are feeling pulses. You can start by getting an exam by a hand specialist and or vascular surgeon. Aneurysms of digital arteries in the hands are extremely rare. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer