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What are the symptom associated with raynaud's disease?
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Dr. Ted King
Phlebology
In brief: Cold digits
Pale, white, grey or bluish (cyanotic) coloring of the fingers or toes.
Sometimes the nose, lips or earlobes are affected. Pain, throbbing, burning or numbness in fingers, toes, nose, lips or earlobes. Unusually cold hands and feet.

In brief: Cold digits
Pale, white, grey or bluish (cyanotic) coloring of the fingers or toes.
Sometimes the nose, lips or earlobes are affected. Pain, throbbing, burning or numbness in fingers, toes, nose, lips or earlobes. Unusually cold hands and feet.
Dr. Ted King
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