Noticeable hand veins, patches on legs, wrinkles on corner of eyes at young age

by Jane

I'm only 23, but in the past few months, the veins in my hands have become much more noticeable, specifically my right hand and not so much my left. When I raise my hand, the veins flatten out, but swell up again when my hands are down. However, a faint vein is still visible when it wasn't before.

Furthermore, some blood work I had done showed that there's inflammation in my body, and some red patches have shown up on my legs, especially my calves and the front of my legs, and some are on my thighs.

I also have crow's feet, but only on the side of my left eye. I'm terrified they'll move to my right as well.

Are these temporary signs of low progesterone? If I continue with progesterone therapy and supplements, will these go away? I'm so scared they're permanent fixtures and I'm really freaking out.

Thank you so much for your help. It means a lot to me since I can't find help elsewhere, especially in the medical community.

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May 31, 2013
Noticeable hand veins, patches on legs, wrinkles on corner of eyes at young age
by: Wray

Hi Jane I'm puzzled about your concern over the veins in your hands. I've always been able to see mine. If you have Inflammation, please read through this page, you'll need high doses of antioxidants to bring it down. Progesterone does help wrinkles if applied to the face, see here. I apply some every morning and night to mine. Take care Wray

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