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One of my fingers gets cold, while others stay warm. Is this normal?

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In brief: No

Vasospastic or arterial obstruction need evaluation by vascular or hand surgeon.

In brief: No

Vasospastic or arterial obstruction need evaluation by vascular or hand surgeon.
Dr. Creighton Wright
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Dr. Oliver Aalami
Surgery - Vascular
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In brief: Raynaud's Disease

This sounds like raynaud's disease, which is when one gets discolored, cold and sometimes painful fingers or toes due to vasospasm (the small blood vessels in the fingers / toes contracting down and inhibiting the blood flow).
Emotional stress and cold temperatures are triggers. It is important to figure out the cause, so seeing a specialist is a good idea.

In brief: Raynaud's Disease

This sounds like raynaud's disease, which is when one gets discolored, cold and sometimes painful fingers or toes due to vasospasm (the small blood vessels in the fingers / toes contracting down and inhibiting the blood flow).
Emotional stress and cold temperatures are triggers. It is important to figure out the cause, so seeing a specialist is a good idea.
Dr. Oliver Aalami
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