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What medication should I take if my fingers lose color due to contact with the cold?

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Dr. Pedro Hernandez
Internal Medicine - Geriatrics
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In brief: Raynaud/Cold Aggluti

Keep them warm and away from the fridge, ice or snow; wear gloves.
This may be raynaud disease or syndrome alone or associated to cold agglutinins. Besides calcium channel blockers, a cream or paste of nitroglycerine placed topically in the affected area may also help. Check c your dr. For cold agglutinins because fear of gangrene.Follow with a rheumatologist.

In brief: Raynaud/Cold Aggluti

Keep them warm and away from the fridge, ice or snow; wear gloves.
This may be raynaud disease or syndrome alone or associated to cold agglutinins. Besides calcium channel blockers, a cream or paste of nitroglycerine placed topically in the affected area may also help. Check c your dr. For cold agglutinins because fear of gangrene.Follow with a rheumatologist.
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Dr. Luis Villaplana
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Calcium blockers

Calcium channel blockers like Nifedipine and verapamil have been proven extremely effective for this condition.

In brief: Calcium blockers

Calcium channel blockers like Nifedipine and verapamil have been proven extremely effective for this condition.
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