Why Are My Knuckles Turning Black?

Answer

Your knuckles could be turning black because: you could be having skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, knuckle pads or hyperkeratosis. Dry skin might also be a cause. Eczema afflicts children mainly though it can continue into adulthood.
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