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Why do my hands/fingers get hot and turn red for no apparent reason?
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Dr. Videh Mahajan
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Fingers
Could be due to raynaud's after being exposed to cold temperature.

In brief: Fingers
Could be due to raynaud's after being exposed to cold temperature.
Dr. Videh Mahajan
Dr. Videh Mahajan
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Dr. Robert Lowe
Pediatric Rheumatology
In brief: Erythromelalgia?
There is a relatively rare condition known as erythromelalgia in which the hands or feet recurrently become very red and painful with a burning sensation.
It can be familial or sporadic. In some cases, it is caused by mutations in the scn9a gene which makes a protein involved in moving sodium through the cell membrane.See your doc who may refer you to be seen by a rheumatologist or neurologist.

In brief: Erythromelalgia?
There is a relatively rare condition known as erythromelalgia in which the hands or feet recurrently become very red and painful with a burning sensation.
It can be familial or sporadic. In some cases, it is caused by mutations in the scn9a gene which makes a protein involved in moving sodium through the cell membrane.See your doc who may refer you to be seen by a rheumatologist or neurologist.
Dr. Robert Lowe
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