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My hands turn pink and cold. Could this be raynauds?
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Dr. John Goldman
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
In brief: Maybe/maybe not
I like the history of fingers turning white to confirm raynaud's.
Pink and cold can also happen but this ode s nto always mean raynaud's. Examination can help, viewing of the nailfold capillaries if theyare dialted can confirm raynaud's.

In brief: Maybe/maybe not
I like the history of fingers turning white to confirm raynaud's.
Pink and cold can also happen but this ode s nto always mean raynaud's. Examination can help, viewing of the nailfold capillaries if theyare dialted can confirm raynaud's.
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