2. Dimpled skin
No, we’re not talking about those cute little dots on your cheek that has everyone around you dying from adorability shock. When we say dimpled skin, we’re referring more to the aesthetic that a golf ball provides. If you find many dimples forming on your skin, perhaps spreading or becoming more prominent as time passes, this could be a sign that you have Dupuytren’s syndrome. This stage often comes after the thickening of the skin.
If you noticed an initial thickening of the skin and then dimples forming in your skin — especially on or around the hand — afterward, this may be a sign that you have Dupuytren’s syndrome. If this is the case, simply remain calm and head on over to your physician so that you can run all the appropriate tests and get an official diagnosis on what is causing the dimpling of your skin.