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Content updated on Sep 20, 2022

What is raynaud's disease?

This is a disorder of unknown origin where there is decreased blood flow to the fingers from blood vessel spasm. Initially, the fingers turn pale when exposed to the cold, then subsequently become swollen, painful and red when warmed.

Symptoms of raynaud's disease

  • Fingers and toes turn from pale blue to purplish-red when in the cold

  • Fingers and toes are pale white or blue

  • Numbness or abnormal sensation

  • Finger pain

  • Hands and feet turned pale and blue

Questions your doctor may ask to check for raynaud's disease

Your doctor may ask these questions to diagnose raynaud's disease

  • Have you ever experienced your fingers and toes turning from blue to purple or red in a cold environment?

  • Do your fingers or toes look pale?

  • Do you feel any numbness or change in sensation?

  • Do you have finger pain?

  • Do you have purple blue colored skin?

Treatment for raynaud's disease

Further investigations may be needed to find and treat the underlying cause. Keeping the hands warm with gloves and quitting smoking will reduce the frequency of flare-ups. Some oral medications can also help with Raynaud's.

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