I noticed today that my finger underneath my wedding ring is green. The ring is not fake. I've never had a problem with it until today. Whay would it all the sudden turn my finger green after three years? Does it have something to do with being pregnant?
I'd guess it has to do with the pregnancy hormones and what not. Considering all of the other wacky skin things that can happen during pregnancy I wouldn't think this was too far off. Check on the iron thing too though. I thought that was a myth, but it's probably worth checking out.
Mine does the same time sometimes. it's not doing it now, but duringth summer it was pretty bad. My Dad ownes a jewlery store. He said a lot of women do it. i agree with the iron. Also gold is made up of 2 things. Can't remember what. While pg. you may be more affected by one.
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