About Me: Male, 42, Skopje, Macedonia, member since Jun 2011
I am a professor of history and a translater from french language, I am 39 years old. About 5-6 months ago I suddenly a flat red stain about 1cm, on the outside of the hand, two months later my spots continued expanding, and somehow grouped, one month after that they be
[More]gan to spread from the wrist to the forearm on the outside as well, then on the inner part too. The same happend with the other hand but with a few blemishes less. They do not itch me, they do not feel dry and do not manifest any other symptoms. I did all the allergic tests (inhalation, nutritional, cosmetic and chemical substances) and all were negative. I did and ANA - an autoimmune test, which is as well negative. Doctors here have no particular opinion, they think that it's an allergy to the sun, but they are not sure at all, no one knows tell me the diagnosis. I would be very grateful to get your opinion. Thank you in advance.
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