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Kendra sunderland
tophat Edwardlewis
Since: Sep '14 Vip  
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Is that a sign of IV drug use?  Everything else being normal. 







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tophat pvsanjose
Since: Jul '14
pushpin 310 - 27 Reviews



Arthritis, bone fracture, lymphatic issue, carpal tunnel.







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tophat Dr.PallMall
Since: Feb '15
pushpin 4474 - 15 Reviews


Most likely a shellfish allergy.







Kendra sunderland
tophat Edwardlewis
Since: Sep '14 Vip  
pushpin 832 - 32 Reviews


What about swollen hands with several bandages on each forearm?  







Felixbag
tophat peckerotis
Since: Jul '16
pushpin 1163 - 4 Reviews




Are both arms swollen? Are the ankles and legs swollen too? Could be water retention from congestive heart failure or diabetes. Needle marks would be seen at the hollow of the elbow above the forearm. Generalized phlebitis or lymphatic stasis can be  seen in many pathological conditions, especially when regional lymph nodes are involved. Why don't you ask?







tophat superfsquare
Since: Dec '15
pushpin 89 - 8 Reviews


What I'm talking about probably doesn't have anything to do to relate to this, but I've seen people in hospitals with IV's in their arms/hands which would make that part of the body swell (quite immensely). In the case at the hospital it was simply excess water being unable to be absorbed fast enough  by the body







tophat honu1111
Since: Jun '15
pushpin 352 - 1 Review


Not sure what you mean by "everything else being normal".. but yes red and puffy hands are a common sympton of LONG term IV drug use= specifically heroin. But typically by this point the user will have substantial track marks on multiple portions of the body as they've gone through vein after vein. 

If swollen hands are a result of IV drug use there should be plenty of other warning signs...







Felixbag
tophat peckerotis
Since: Jul '16
pushpin 1163 - 4 Reviews



Regional lymphadenopathy (enlarged lymph nodes) can be caused by many conditions and inhibit the return of lymph fluid to the circulation. Also is the case of surgical removal of lymph nodes which is common in metastatic cancer. Swelling (edema) is fluid retention and has many different causes. When both arms or all limbs show edema, one has to consider a systemic illness, i.e. diabetes, kidney or liver failure, excessive salt intake, heart failure, systemic infection, generalized lymph node cancer, parasites, etc. 







Kendra sunderland
tophat Edwardlewis
Since: Sep '14 Vip  
pushpin 832 - 32 Reviews


Never seen or heard of such a thing in my life, and then two ladies in a matter of months.  Hence my post here.  Both ladies were as sweet and lucid as could be, no outward signs of drug use of which I could see, but admittedly I'm a novice.  However, the one with the bandages has me worried as she seems to have fallen on tough times, from what little I know of her personal life.  Both are well regarded providers btw, and no, I'm not sharing hand
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tophat diamondcutter
Since: Aug '14
pushpin 333 - 3 Reviews


If you're concerned about the providers, you might consider asking them in a non judging way. If it's your own health you're worried about....... you got choices- be upfront and ask them, move on to different providers 







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tophat Pusimassage
Since: Mar '16
pushpin 1567 - Qr 54 Reviews


If you're concerned about the providers, you might consider asking them in a non judging way. If it's your own health you're worried about....... you got choices- be upfront and ask them, move on to different providers 
---whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat! You have a better chance of talking a $600 phr escort into giving you a free session after seeing her just once! Than getting a iv drug user to admit using iv drugs! Good luck!