What disease causes yellow eyes, hands, and feet?

A yellow discoloration in your eyes, hands and feet may be an indication of jaundice. Jaundice can be a symptom from other health problems that should be evaluated by your primary health care provider. 

If this yellow coloration is due to jaundice, you may have other symptoms. These may be: darker or brownish colored urine; pale stool, or clay colored stool; and a yellow coloration in the inside of your mouth. 

If you have any of these symptoms, please consult with your health care provider. 

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