Grand Rapids, MI
A 35-year-old female asked:
My hands and fingers turn blue when they get cold should i be concerned?
3 doctor answers • 16 doctors weighed in
A Verified Doctoranswered
Maybe: This is likely raynauds disease. Have the issue evaluated by a rheumatologist to rule out other causes, any underlying diseases and decide if any treatment is needed.
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Hand Surgery 35 years experience
Cold blue fingers : History of aches and pains in the body can be a sign of a autoimmune or inflammatory disorder
Associated circulatory problems and fingers or you can have a primary circulation problem in fingers were can be related to any number of things endocrine hormonal like thyroid or diabetes you should have your PCP evaluate you and get some blood work
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Allergy and Immunology 57 years experience
Raynaud's: This is called Raynaud's and often can be controlled by avoiding cold exposure. On the other hand, this may also be one of the symptoms of a rheumatologic (autoimmune) condition since you do suffer from aches as well. Consult a rheumatologist
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