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A 36-year-old male asked:

My face and fingers turn blue?

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Dr. Ronald Krauser
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Possible Raynauds: If the symptoms are worse with cold exposure, raynauds is a possible cause. There are other possible causes as well. Have your doctor evaluated the issue or see a rheumatologist.

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A 57-year-old female asked:

Why do the tips of my fingers turn blue?

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Blue: This is not enough info to give comment. Consult physician. This can be result of sympathetic nervous system that controlls many body functions. Are u a smoker? Do they act differently to cold or head, there is reynauds phenomenon, scleroderma, and other problems. Provide physician with details on how why where what and when. No matter, consult professional help.
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Is it normal when your fingers turn blue?

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Dr. Jack Morgan
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Are you a smoker ?: You need to see your PCP, to look for certain conditions , stop smoking, caffeine beverages, be check for Raynaud's Symptoms, have the heart and lungs evaluated, checked for V/Q mismatch, as well as Anemia's of all types, etc . Depends on History & Physical to help guide the evaluation. Do you have COPD, or other Heart & Lung conditions ?

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