What Do Heroin Track Marks Look like?


Heroin track marks include scars and bruises in the veins and needle marks, most often in the hands and arms. The track marks are also sometimes found on feet, legs, and the neck.
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Heroin track marks look different on each person. For white and pale people, heroin track marks would often look like a group of bruises running in succession. Often times, a red dot would be visible and surrounded by a bruised perimeter. For darker skin colors, the track marks would look like a discoloration on the skin and less of a bruising appearance.
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