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I have been taking oratane for a year now, and my hands are red when by my side, and turn back when above my heart, what can I do to reduce redness?

I have been taking oratane for a year now, and my hands are red when by my side, and turn back when above my heart, what can I do to reduce redness?

Here are some...: Whenever possible adverse effects from a drug is suspected, stopping & reusing such drug with caution is the only way to prove if it should be blamed. So, stop oratane and see its prescribing doc for evaluation, observation, and counseling. To get health-related issues cared correctly, follow instructions in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. ...Read more

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Why do my hands turn red when I place them below my heart?

Why do my hands turn red when I place them below my heart?

A lot of things: Mostly circulatory reasons. It depends upon what your circulation is when they aren't down. But also could be related to other factors such as exposure to cold. You need to get checked.Out. There are also other conditions such as auto-immune disease they may be working here. ...Read more

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My hands turn red when hanging down by my side. When I raise them above heart they are normal but when I put them down again they turn beat red.?

My hands turn red when hanging down by my side. When I raise them above heart they are normal but when I put them down again they turn beat red.?

Usually normal: This is normal in most people and just reflects the effects of gravity. Excessively red palms, known as palmar erythema, can be a sign of liver disease or other metabolic problems. Have your doctor check you out to be sure! ...Read more

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My whoie body constantly feels like im burning from the inside out. My heart is constantly palpitating. My hands and feet turn bright red. Why?

My whoie body constantly feels like im burning from the inside out. My heart is constantly palpitating.  My hands and feet turn bright red. Why?

More info: The symptoms you related are, unfortunately, not specific for any disease in particular. The best way to address it would be to seek your primary care consult. They may be able to either do some general work up (bloodwork, ecg) or if the diagnosis is straightforward, to treat you accordingly. ...Read more

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I have slightly high heart rate and higher than normal red. Could second hand smoking contribute to high red blood cell count?

I have slightly high heart rate and higher than normal red. Could second hand smoking contribute to high red blood cell count?

Chronic lung disease: Second hand smoking can cause chronic lung diseases. Chronic lung diseases can stimulate the bone marrow to make more red blood cells to compensate for a chronic hypoxia status. So yes, you can have high red blood cell count in this case. ...Read more

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Hi. Red face burning, hands cold, shaking feeling too cold, 120 pulse, feeling sleepy, presure in head and eyes. Heart problems or just a flu? Thanks

Hi. Red face burning,  hands cold, shaking feeling too cold, 120 pulse, feeling sleepy, presure in head and eyes. Heart problems or just a flu? Thanks

Shaking: the described symptoms and features are not typical of cardiac issues. Perhaps you are experiencing rigors, a temperature check would greatly helped in narrowing down the differential list, physical symptoms off an illness might be exaggerated due to your history of anxiety ...Read more